Peckinpah rubbed our noses in the bloodlust. Lurie invites objectivity. He gets strong, complex performances from actors who won't be painted into corners. show more
It fails as a gripping home-invasion thriller. show more
Whereas Peckinpah managed not only to raise hackles but to get under the skin, Lurie manages only the former, which reduces the material to the level of sensation-mongering. show more
One of the worst movies I have ever seen. Incoherent nonsense. Anyone who gave this movie a good review is doing it out of spite. They just want you to waste two hours of your life like they did. The movie earned one star for the fight scene at the end. If you like action then the last 15 minutes is worth a look. watching the whole movie is pointless.
This movie was pretty bad.
It was an ok movie....