80

The Hollywood Reporter

A home-invasion flick that grabs viewers by the throat and only stops squeezing long enough to wipe sweat from its palms.
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63

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Stephen Cole
Trespass is at least a suitable rest stop for his (Cage) anguish. An unapologetic B-movie that comes with lots of flashbacks, gunplay and shouting, it can easily be savoured and forgotten inside 90 minutes.
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Trespass never advances beyond being a grand manipulation.
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50

Movieline

Trespass is best received as an almost viable B-movie that just happens to have A-list leads.
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50

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
A home invasion thriller that may set a record for the number of times the characters point loaded pistols at one another's heads. First we're afraid somebody will get shot. Then we're afraid nobody will be.
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38

ReelViews

By James Berardinelli
Trespass is a home invasion movie, but not a clever, taut one; it's sloppy and obvious, with curves so un-serpentine they might as well be straightaways.
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25

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
One of those movies that an audience knows is terrible the minute it starts.
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25

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
An astoundingly senseless thriller.
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25

Slant Magazine

A jerky, clamorous domestic thriller that attempts, with nonsense and expletives turned up to full volume, to say something thrillingly profound about the depths of misery one can reach while doing financial damage control.
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25

New York Observer

By Rex Reed
How many ways can a film go wrong? Too many to list, and Trespass finds them all.
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37 out of 100
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