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Trespass Reviews

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May 21, 2018
This movie was written by a chimp and is basically two scenes repeated ad nauseum for an hour and a half
½ October 7, 2017
Movie was terrible. I would give it 0 stars if I could. It's the type of film I'd watch and be embarrassed to talk about it with anyone else, let alone think about it. I would never reccomend this film to anyone, just to spare them the 90 minutes of boredom, silly, and cartoonish sequences in this film. But if someone wants to watch this film I'd reccomend only watching the first 20 minutes, then turning it off. (if that).
½ September 15, 2017
Horrible. Don't want to spend even a word more.
Super Reviewer
August 26, 2017
Watchable but crap. I kind of felt sorry for the villain who was clearly in love with Sarah.
August 25, 2017
an ok movie this movie is not a masterpiece but is watchable
½ July 29, 2017
Just caught this on TV and felt compelled to write something as it is hands down one of the worst movies I have ever seen! Seriously, it is worth watching just to see how bad it is. Cringeworthy to the point of being a complete joke, you can see the embarrassment on the faces of Cage & Kidman throughout when they are asking themselves wtf am I doing?

I could go on, but to be honest I can't be bothered, which pretty much sums up the film.

See it, or don't.......who cares. Sorry am I still writing.....Zzzzzzz. My god its soooo bad lol.
June 30, 2017
So horrible I had to keep watching for the entertainment value of the shittiness. My God!
January 3, 2017
It's good movie to watch
½ November 9, 2016
Don't know why this was put into the rubbish bin by people. Sure, it is no masterpiece, and nothing original, but movies are supposed to entertain and it does exactly that.
I watched this with my missus when our first choice of a film did not work. but glad to see it instead.
Almost all takes place in one location, but delivers.
Do not get dishearted by the low ratings and give a chance when in mood. you won't be disappointed.
October 26, 2016
Unequivocally the worst film in cinematic history. Strident, annoying and with no redeeming features. Torture to watch. I couldn't get through it.
½ September 18, 2016
Face/Off bought Nic Cage a near limitless supply of good credit with yours truly. The same way Taxi Driver and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest did for Robert De Niro and Jack Nicholson respectively.

Problem is, Cage seldom finds a project to put his name to worthy of his manic, psychotic tinged charisma. Trespass, while being marginally above its bottom of the barrel reputation, winds up getting too busy for it's own good and ultimately results in a flat and unfulfilling conclusion.

To sum Trespass up in one word; dysfunction. Good guys, bad guys. Doesn't matter. There's not a healthy relationship to be found anywhere in this film and with the ending we get, only the most hardened Nicolas Cage supporter (or rather, apologist by this point) should set aside 90 minutes for this one.
September 5, 2016
It's so incredibly generic, but it's really not that bad.
September 2, 2016
After 40 minutes of ARRGGGHH, SMACKKK, URRGGHH, I remembered why I stay away from any film featuring Nicholas Cafe
July 30, 2016
Cage movies must be assessed from the perspective of a true Cage fan, with few exceptions. But even Trespass counts, for me, as a good movie regardless. It is a bonus that it features several quintessential Cage-isms: a hot wife and daughter, an illegal business that he is able to conceal, captors who enter his home under a pretense not revealed until the end of the movie, an outrageously complicated plot, the complete destruction of a set (?) home made mostly of glass and an Academy-award winning scene in which Cage nearly dies on his own lawn. Truly a tour-de-force for Cage, this movie features his being tied up for most of the time, which makes it even harder to believe that he truly steals the show. Rife with Cage screaming, messing up his hair and looking desperately at Kidman, his wife, who could literally have been played by a cardboard cutout considering the outperformance of Cage, this has all the trappings of a Cage masterpiece. If you've seen Place Beyond the Pines, the kidnapper is that weird guy named Robin. He's ok, but he's no Cage. God bless you, Nicolas Coppola
½ June 9, 2016
Terrible waste of time.
I kept waiting for the big "twist" to show up but it never came. If you are thinking to watch it on Netflix just choose anything else.
June 1, 2016
This plot has been done several times before - Schumacher's approach is to enlist some stars with poor agents (Kidman's botox is one more reason this is a painful watch) and to throw in as many "twists" as humanly possible - and then some more. Expensive tat.
½ February 27, 2016
Can I give it zero stars? What a terrible movie. So bad you were hoping the "good guys" would be killed so the show would end.
Super Reviewer
February 21, 2016
I liked this film so much more than I should of, Ok the plot has been done so many times and the acting wasn't great but the twists in this film make it worth the watch, Very underrated.
½ February 2, 2016
Kidman and Liberato are great in their roles, but Cage is offensively bad, especially in the film's opening scene. Awkward pacing and clichéd, predictable writing really don't help sell Trespass as anything more than standard, brainless hold-the-rich-people-hostage-to-rob-them fare--and its sudden, bland ending is the rotten cherry on top.
January 31, 2016
Joel Schumacher is the epitome of a Jekyll and Hyde director. For every Lost Boys there is a Batman Forever. Great movies like 8mm and a Time to Kill and horrible steaming garbage like the Number 23 and Batman and Robin. This movie is rotten. Nic Cage and Nic Kidman should be better than this.
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