This week's Theme from Wandering Through The Shelves is movies that take place underground. Unless I'm taking this too literally and we're supposed to be talking about "underground" in the sense that the films started with small viewings? I'm going to go with actually underground. Be nice to me if I'm wrong. I have anxiety.
This film is literally just Ryan Reynolds in a box underground. The premise is terrifying. It's probably the best performance he's ever given aside from Deadpool.
2) The Midnight Meat Train
This is a fun horror movie. While it's not set completely underground, that's where all the gory magic happens.
3) City of Ember
This completely flopped at the box office but I didn't think it was bad. It's not outstanding but it was a decent family film. Saoirse Ronan is great in it, as always.