Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”
I give this film credit for good intentions. It tries to recreate the basic elements that made the first 'Cube' so intriguing while adding plot twists and cool special effects. But a mishandled ending right out of a bad hour of 'The X-Files' is not an improvement on the original's open ending, since it reveals that what's really going on is actually really boring. Also, the sequel's token psycho-killer is just as obnoxious a presence as the first film's. But there are intriguing ideas none the less, and those special effects are something.