Females in jeopardy: Within the first 5 minutes a girl is sexually assaulted and ganked by a man. At about 17 minutes in Dana is assaulted and ganked by Denny. At about 42 minutes in, Brooke is assaulted by Dennyand hit in the face. He apologizes and takes her home. With about 58 minutes remaining, Denny assaults Brooke and prevents her from leaving. He relents, but then at about 56 minutes remaining, he puts her in his car and uses duct tape to tie her up and gag her. At about 43 minutes remaining, Denny knocks out Katherine and ties and gags her using duct tape. With about 28 minutes remaining, Katherine s pistol whipped by Denny. At about 19 minutes remaining, Katherine is threatened by Freddie at gunpoint, and a fight. She ganks him via a garden tool to the neck. With about 17 minutes left Brooke is assaulted at knife point by Jose. She fights back and with the help of Kyle and Walter they gank Jose. With about 5 minutes left, Brooke and Katherine are threatened by Denny. Brooke stabs him and Katherine shoots him, but he continues to threaten Katherine by assaulting her. As he is about to finally gank her, Brooke apparently ganks him by hitting him with his car. See more »
In the final scene, the car is further into the home than it had been after hitting Denny. It would have had to have been puled back to remove his body, yet it is further forward than it had been. See more »
Well I've been on to you for months, Brooke.
Why, because you're some psycho stalker?
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No votes as I have mixed feelings. The cast kept my interest. Especially Meredith Monroe who made it believable and touching on the family side. Papa is played handsome David Chokachi (Baywatch fame) and had very little to do but act tough and helpless. Each time he made an attempt to fix things he gets shot down. Wifey seems to do the work here. Then we have the obnoxious daughter played by Bonnie Dennison, who to me, was not the pretty thing worth all the fuss about. Kid brother played by Park Coppins cried a lot. Villains played by Michael Welch (over the top acting), Kaiwi Lyman (greasy idiot) and Carl Donaldson (a thug) were acceptable. Victims Donnabella Mortel and Tony Christopher had little to do but wait to get done in. And you waited for that to happen. Some of the acting kept me tuned in. Script was very predictable. You knew the ending in the beginning. Just had to painfully watch these poor actors deliver this dull uninteresting dialog. Not even the direction had any distinction. Too bad.
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