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Room (2015)

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Brie Larson had to make room for a lot of accolades for her award-winning turn in the indie drama Room (2015), not to be confused with the indie drama Room (2005) starring Cyndi Williams. Based on the novel by Emma Donoghue, this R rated flick centers around Joy “Ma” Newsome (Larson) and her 5-year-old son Jack (Jacob Tremblay). Both of whom are locked in a shed with no windows and an electric-coded door. Seven years prior, Joy was kidnapped by Old Nick (Sean Bridgers), who regularly forces himself upon her. As such, he is Jack’s father, but just in a biological sense. Only Joy acts as the boy’s parent. She takes every measure to make sure his life is as bright as possible despite their circumstances. And when Old Nick says he lost his job and may not be able to feed them anymore, Joy hatches a plan to help Jack escape — which will ultimately save her as well. Of course, her scheme is not without life-threatening risks. And even if the two do get away, Jack must adjust to a world outside of his sheltered room and Joy will have to be treated for post traumatic stress disorder. Luckily, they all get their happy endings, including Ms. Larson whose performance pulled in an Academy Award, the Chicago Film Critics Award, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. But Mr. Skin contests the latter honor because after seeing Brie’s perky pokies, there’s no way she merits a SAG prize.

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