A gang of armed criminals bursts into the home of a woman, taking her and the daughters of three of her friends hostage.A gang of armed criminals bursts into the home of a woman, taking her and the daughters of three of her friends hostage.A gang of armed criminals bursts into the home of a woman, taking her and the daughters of three of her friends hostage.
- (as René Fernández)
- SWAT Sniper #1
- (as Jack Verell)
The movie is a fictional account of what could happen in an area where home invasions happen often and hostages may be taken. Since the movie didn't want to get too violent as people would grow disgusted...or it would remind them of a horrible personal experience....the movie doesn't really show a lot of strong violence....It's rated PG 13 or actually PG I believe....the most unrealistic thing about it is that a real home invasion could be a LOT worse.....ummm the point of the movie was it brought the mother and daughter closer together b/c they fought a lot (but because the movie is only an hour and a half long they don't really elaborate on that) but if you see the beginning and even throughout the film you see the bond between the mother and daughter.....it also shows how it matured the daughter who was turning 18 and "wanted to be treated like an adult" ....I liked the movie....it's just not one of those movies that plainly points out everything....most parents and their kids have fights over what the mom and daughter fought about in this movie....so why should they have to elaborate on it? They think you'll get the point....
- Aug 9, 2005
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