Kyle and Sarah Miller have it all: a huge gated house on the water, fancy cars, and the potential for romance in their relationship. He's just back from a business trip (he brokers diamonds) and their teen daughter Avery is sneaking out to a party, when four thugs in security uniforms and ski masks stage a home invasion. They want what's in the safe: cash and diamonds. Kyle stalls them, trying to negotiate for Sarah's freedom. Over the next few hours, the back stories of the four robbers (two brothers, a girlfriend, and the representative of a local drug kingpin) as well as the fault lines in Kyle and Sarah's marriage come into play. Is there room here for heroism?Written by
Written by Joleen Belle, Jaden Michaels and Jack D. Elliot
Performed by Joleen Belle
Published by Wild Pink Music/JoBelle Music/J Ad3nmichaels (ASCAP) and Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc. OBO G Tank Music (ASCAP)
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stupid criminals trespassing at the wrong house
Kyle and Sarah are two husbands owners of a luxury villa, drive expensive cars and in their house is a safe in witch they have money and diamonds, that is why they put price on the security and invest in alarm systems and monitoring. Sarah also deals with the renovation of the property and thus attract prying eyes of its employee, Jonah a handsome worker who has the nerve to swim in their pool and make advances on her. But Jonah is not just an employee, he informs his older brother Elias about the wealth living of husbands Miler. They team up with a few more people and barge one day over the house and threatens with death if they do not open the safe. Their daughter went to a party this time but she comes home soon and without knowing what their parents pass through, she joins their torment. Although Kyle worries about his life and his family, he decides to take action against thieves and not open the safe but his trust in Sarah is questioned when she supposedly had an affair with their employee Jonah.
The movie does not live up to expectations although playing two great names of cinema. It is predictable from start to finish, with some annoying scenes with screams and fights and none of the characters doesn't look credible in the role that they play.
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