A man who returns home to find his wife cheating on him on their anniversary. He holds her and her naked and humiliated lover captive at gunpoint while he decides whether or not he's going ...
See full summary »
Chris feels the Manchester's underworld of crime has taken his brother Ryan away from his side. When everything goes wrong with Ryan's latest deal, Chris will have to learn by himself that ... See full summary »
Ambitious cello student Jessica receives the invitation to an international contest. A great opportunity - but at the same time enormous pressure. Stress begins to gnaw on Jessica's everyday life and soon reality and imagination blur.
Jakob M. Erwa
Esther Maria Pietsch,
Terror arrives at the one place we all feel safest in this taut psychological thriller starring Natasha Henstridge. When a wealthy woman and her stepson are targeted by a trio of expert ... See full summary »
Seventeen year old LOLA FRANKLIN runs away from home but allows the world to believe she has been kidnapped. Intent on making her way across country, she meets a boy (MARLO) her age in a ... See full summary »
A man who returns home to find his wife cheating on him on their anniversary. He holds her and her naked and humiliated lover captive at gunpoint while he decides whether or not he's going to kill them. The story, inspired by true events, takes place over one day and is set in New Orleans during a stifling heat wave. Written by
Sean Faris should win an award for the worst Louisiana accent ever. He sounds like a southern Texas teenage girl going with that trendy vocal fry voice. Wtf. How could anyone who has ever been to New Orleans think that was OK? I might consider watching the movie again. I'd have to mute the audio and turn on subtitles. Terrible.... Pretty much ruined my whole day. Sad because the plot seemed like it would be interesting. I'm going to drink away any memory of that horrible voice. What a waste. How many lines do I need for this? How many lines do I need for this? How many lines do I need for this? How many lines do I need for this?
5 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?