Three brothers on the run from the law head for home, only to discover that their mother lost the house in a foreclosure. Mother ingeniously orchestrates her sons' escape, teaching the house's new owners and their guests a few lessons along the way.Written by
When Ike (Patrick Flueger) takes Beth (Jaime King) to the ATM, you can see the name is Wichita Bank. The film was inspired by a real crime that happened in Wichita, Kansas. Two brothers broke into a home, only to be surprised by the owner, his girlfriend, and their friends. The brothers robbed, raped, and tortured the victims, before murdering all, except one. See more »
When everyone is tied to the column in the basement, the plastic on Daniel's mouth changes position several times. See more »
I had a feel when she arrived in the film of Hand That Rocks The Cradle flashbacks. Rebecca De Mornay has that vibe, that ominous character development to which she is mesmerizing on the screen. The film sounds like it would be an epic fail but is a very good suspense, thriller and drama.
The plot is pretty original as a couple are having a birthday party with friends and they are in a sound proof basement. Upstairs three men enter one which is wounded. It comes across this used to be their childhood home. These men are criminals as we find out and in comes MOTHER. The ferocity, soul stealing vibe we get from mother is critical for the film to capture the plot.
The acting was very well done and two in particular Patrick John Flueger (Ike) and Warren Kole (Addley) were very sadistic and extremely well portrayed. Jaime King (Beth) was pretty solid in her own right.
I give this film a solid 7 out of 10 for it's writing, plot and decent acting.
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