Roger EbertFull Review Average The screenplay by Karl Gajdusek succeeds in devising enough dialogue to last 90 minutes in what increasingly seems like an exercise in overacting.
NY PostFull Review Very Poor 'Trespass” is about desperate hours, a hostage situation, the panicked eyes of the abused glancing at the door and wondering whether to make a run for it. All of this was also happening on the screen, but those idiots deserved it. Why me?
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In a private, wealthy community, priority is placed on security and no
exception is made for the Miller family's estate. Behind their pristine walls
and manicured gardens, Kyle (Nicolas Cage), a fast-talking businessman, has
entrusted the mansion's renovation to his stunning wife, Sarah (Nicole Kidman).
But between making those big decisions and keeping tabs on their defiant teenage
daughter (Liana Liberato), Sarah often finds herself distracted by a young,
handsome worker (Cam Gigandet) at their home. Nothing is what it seems, and it
will take a group of cold-blooded criminals led by Elias (Ben Mendelsohn), who
have been planning a vicious home invasion for months, to bring the Miller
family together. When they storm the manor, everyone is tangled up in betrayal,
deception, temptation and scheming. Kyle, Sarah and Avery will take the ultimate
risk to make it out with their lives - and their family - intact.