Review: Cage, Kidman's 'Trespass' a Sadistic Trifle

Here’s hoping that stars Nicole Kidman and Nicolas Cage have their Best Actor Oscars tightly clutched in their hands when forced to watch "Trespass."

They will need the golden reminder that they’ve done better work and appeared in more engaging and challenging films than this putrefying piece of genre junk. 

"Trespass" is a sadistic trifle of a home invasion movie. Think "Panic Room" or "Cape Fear" and then lower your expectations exponentially.

Cage plays Kyle Miller, a seemingly wealthy businessman who drives in his fancy car through the imposing security gates to his sprawling, modern mansion.

He heads almost immediately for his home office. There’s clearly unresolved tension between him and Sarah (Kidman), his attractive stay-at-home wife, who wanders idly from room to room in the house and forbids Avery, their pouty teenage daughter, from going to a party. Read More...


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