Millennium Entertainment | Release Date: October 14, 2011
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smijatovOct 24, 2011
Well, the signs were not very good, when Millennium Entertainment decided to shoot straight for Blu-Ray and On-Demand with only 9 theatres showing "Trespass." And, the fears have been confirmed: the film is an utter disaster. It is reallyWell, the signs were not very good, when Millennium Entertainment decided to shoot straight for Blu-Ray and On-Demand with only 9 theatres showing "Trespass." And, the fears have been confirmed: the film is an utter disaster. It is really the last thing either Kidman or Cage needed, but they got it. The screenplay is atrocious, with so many twists and turns it makes you sick. None of it is original - don't be fooled. The film goes for quantity instead of quality, hence the attempt to look "smart" while shifting plot lines like it's no one's business. Nicholas Cage (whom I usually take to be a rather good actor) is simply horrid, as is pretty much everyone else in the cast. I love Nicole Kidman, but she just ended up screaming and giving scared looks throughout most of the film. Then again, she couldn't do much with such thinly written characters. She at least looked stunningly beautiful, and it was rather nice to see her lips be regular shape and volume again, after much fuss over her face and plastic surgery/botox stuff. But, to get back to the point - Trespass is stunningly annoying, with horrible, cheesy dialogue, unnecessary and improbable plot changes, and lame editing. Overall, I would not pay even the "On-Demand" price for it, since it's not worth it. To be honest, though, I never expected much from the director of "Batman Forever" in the first place, so I'm not even surprised. Expand
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Mediocre_SoulNov 24, 2011
Who said Home Invasions movies are dull and cumbersome? Well, Joel Schumacher, Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman have proven that they are. Trespass is labeled as Psychological Thriller, but it should have been put under Patience Tester, itâ
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LaGuertaApr 22, 2013
Schumacher succeeds only in adding yet another un-watchable film to his portfolio. 'Trepass' is flawed to such an extent that you wonder how it got made in the first place.
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OfficialJan 4, 2014
All right, let's start with the positive. "Trespass" has some decent cinematography and editing. Now, let's move on to the negatives. The movie's script, dialogue, story and a large portion of the acting are trash. It's like the movie'sAll right, let's start with the positive. "Trespass" has some decent cinematography and editing. Now, let's move on to the negatives. The movie's script, dialogue, story and a large portion of the acting are trash. It's like the movie's storyline are put together in a couple of weeks. Definitely not a recommendation. Expand
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DCEdmondsNov 13, 2014
"Trespass" 10 Scale Rating: 3.5 (Bad) ...

The Good: Well ... Cam Gigandet didn't annoy the crap out of me in this movie. I guess that is a plus. The Bad: ... everyone else did. It doesn't bode well for a film when I WANT the bad guys to
"Trespass" 10 Scale Rating: 3.5 (Bad) ...

The Good: Well ... Cam Gigandet didn't annoy the crap out of me in this movie. I guess that is a plus.

The Bad: ... everyone else did. It doesn't bode well for a film when I WANT the bad guys to off the hostages and then die themselves in a fiery car accident directly afterwards. What a mess of a movie.
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