SKYSCRAPER ESCAPE REVIEWED
“Skyscraper Escape” confused me. It was called Crystal something, now it’s Inferno: Skyscraper Escape. Then, everything else I saw said Skyscraper Escape. Hell, I’m just going with the most logical title. If you haven’t pieced it together yet, it’s Claire Forlani headling yet another Towering Inferno descendant. Given the low budget of the film, the theatrics get toned down. It’s a couple about to get divorced, who happen to be in a building where a gas leak causes a fire.
The drifting apart couple then has to work together to save their kids trapped in an elevator. That’s it. Yet, it was somehow more satisfying in a goofy way than the Skyscraper that Universal put out. Give it a shot.
- 1 hr and 30 mins
- High Octane Pictures
RELEASE DATE: 7/3/18
- Content Score - 80%80%
The Plot Thus Far
Disaster hits when two teenagers are caught in a fire on the 20th floor of a skyscraper. Their parents are on the 60th. Will they survive the flames?
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