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A slow burn. The Loft keeps you wondering who did it, why did they do it, and how are they going to get out of it. As their lives start falling apart they’re questioning everything and each other. But nothing is what it seems. And everyone seems to be up to something.
You’re going to want to pay attention to this one, or you’ll miss something. It gets a little slow in the middle as you get the backstory and missing pieces but stick with it.
Five married men share a penthouse loft for the purposes of indulging in their deepest fantasies and affairs. But everything is thrown into jeopardy when one of them discovers a body in the loft and they realise that one of them must be involved.
Starring Karl Urban (Star Trek, Thor Ragnarok), James Marsden (Westworld, X-Men: Days of Future Past), Wentworth Miller (Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash), Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family, American Horror Story), Matthias Schoenaerts (The Drop, The Danish Girl), Isabel Lucas (MacGyver, Emerald City), and Rachael Taylor (Jessica Jones, The Darkest Hour).
The Loft Review Conclusion
I would watch it again – Whilst it gets a little slow in the middle, you’re still trying to put the pieces together. And failing. There are a few red herrings, plenty of other things going on, and an unexpected conclusion.
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