Following a break-in, Scott and Mara decide to install a deluxe home security system and give their new nanny all of the pass codes. With the codes, the nanny torments the couple by controlling the smart home's system from her laptop.
Ryan discovers his friend Brent is the father of one of his girlfriends twins babies and that he date raped her at a party over the summer. With college around the corner he will stop at nothing to clear his name.
An expectant mother befriends a Good Samaritan who saved her life, but is unaware that he is the father of her unborn baby and is "collecting" all of the children he sired as an anonymous sperm donor years before.
Amelia Rose Blarie and Anna Camp were both in True Blood together before this movie. See more »
At around 1-32 minutes in, Justin carries Allie back into the house and puts her on the couch. Allie notices the cop lying on the floor, however just minutes before Justin had already put him in the grave outside. See more »
[Allie is rifling in the shelf; Justin comes up from behind her, putting his hands on her shoulders and puts his mouth close to her hair and neck]
I'd like to change my order.
That's not on the menu.
[turns and they share a smooch and Allie rests the sides of her hands on his chest]
So, how much salt is currently on the floor under your table?
needed a way to get you alone. And don't worry: I threw some over my shoulder for good luck.
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A young woman weeps. She is bound to a chair, and gagged. Wearing bright red nail polish, another woman taunts her attic hostage. Outside, birds fly free as we learn the events herein are "inspired by a true story." While the credits jump across the screen, teenage track runner Stefanie Scott (as Allie) takes a lap and receives some bad news from her coach. She's failing and will be dropped from the team. Even worse, she is kidnapped and becomes the hostage seen in the opening seconds. The perpetrators are a pair of overly perky sisters, wickedly sexy blonde Anna Camp (as Sabrina) and girlishly naive brunette Amelia Rose Blaire (as Paige). There is very little to this story that isn't revealed in the first 15 minutes, so it's probably best to say you figure out how the characters are connected by a handsome businessman, Sam Page (as Justin Price)...
"Caught" catches writer Marcy Holland and director Maggie Kiley restrained by a bad opening and introduction of characters. We see the victim already tied up, then meet a student and a pair of strange young women. It might have been better to omit the confusing opening "tease" and add some scenes to establish the characters' ages, relationships and infidelities; none of these are supposed to be a surprise. The story's most interesting dynamic is the interplay between the wildly different sisters; one seemingly psycho, the other intellectually challenged. What engages most is how Ms. Kiley and her crew divert our attention from the initial victim and to the bad sister. There is some cleverness and humor in how the victim and villain roles can be switched back and forth. With better pacing and presentation, this could have been a much better production.
***** Caught (11/7/2015) Maggie Kiley ~ Anna Camp, Stefanie Scott, Sam Page, Amelia Rose Blaire
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