The film makes a home in your brain and the only cure is to see it again.
It is an exhilarating, distressing, funny and profound film, with one of the more memorable film scores in years,
Josh (Mark L. Young) is a Hollywood go-fer for a rich movie maker and his wife. He disobeys his boss and picks up her birthday present necklace early and hides it for the weekend at his shared home while a party is going on and the owner has financial problems. Not too hard to predict as the film digresses into the home break-in genre including the turn around and ending twist.If you haven't seen Kidman in "Trespass" I would say watch it instead. The plot was tedious. I liked Katrina Begin when she watches herself on the screen and realizes she sucks as an actress.Guide: Swearing. Near brief sex. No nudity
Weak crime film about an underling who's entrusted with a million dollar necklace, but then loses it. He then has to figure out which of his shady roommates took it, while also trying to survive a couple criminals who invade their domicile. This film felt like one of those awful late 90s Tarantino copycat films that followed "Pulp Fiction" (i.e. "2 Days In The Valley," "Lucky Number Slevin," or any innumerable amount of direct- to-video dreck). Absolutely nothing to recommend here.
After just watching this it started out as a slap happy flick then turned somewhat dark! It kept me into it through the end and I was caught off guard how it ended! The acting was not bad and the plot was engaging to a certain extent! The L.A. aspect kept me into it throughout! I have seen many films with a similar concept, yet, it was not bad! It did have a somewhat student film theme to it but it was an engaging watch! If you want to "escape" through a film then you will! Just remember to keep your mind open to whatever and just enjoy it for what it is! Also just remember to see it for what it is worth! A film that take you away for just a little bit!