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Beneath Us Review: A Zero-Star Farrago of Tasteless Stupidity
Garbage comes in all sizes every summer. But this year it’s getting dumped on us early. This moronic parable inspired by Donald Trump’s treatment and attitude towards illegal immigrants is a disgrace. But so is almost everything else on the screen these days.

Four undocumented immigrant workers (Rigo Sanchez, Josue Aguirre, Roberto Sanchez, Nicholas Gonzalez) seeking better lives in the sanctuary of the American Dream find themselves victimized by a wealthy couple when they accept a construction job from a pretty woman (Lynn Collins). Their hopes are high that they can make enough money to send for their families, but when they get too close to the house and peer through the windows. The woman and her husband (James Tupper) begin to show signs of instability.

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The wife sprays them with a hose. The husband holds them hostage with a rifle. After an accident, one worker needs medical attention. But instead of calling an ambulance, the couple attacks all of them with shovels, knives and guns. Two of the workers are murder. The two survivors cut off the power and retreat to the darkness under the floor of the house. And Beneath Us (Bay Ngam) turns into a sadistic test of superiority and status in a demonstration of modern slavery to be avoided at all costs.

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Everything you can think of goes wrong in this clueless farrago of tasteless stupidity and faulty timing in this action film (phim hanh dong my). Including a theme song, “My Little Corner of the World,” sung repeatedly by—get a grip—Anita Bryant!

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