'Trespass' -- 2 stars

<B>R; 1:30 running time</b><br><br>
Popcorn journeyman Joel Schumacher's home-invasion flick "Trespass" does an efficient enough job setting up screenwriter Karl Gajdusek's scenario: A quartet of masked robbers barge into the sumptuous, secluded home of high-end diamond dealer Kyle Miller (Nicolas Cage), his architect-wife Sarah (Nicole Kidman) and their teenage daughter (Liana Liberato), and immediately a war of bluffs begins over which party is more desperate. Then the film takes a hyper-drive pill -- side effects include excessive yelling, strained twists and ludicrous action logic -- and a potentially claustrophobic B-movie nail-biter suddenly becomes tediously overworked. <br><br>Read the <a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-1012-trespass-20111014,0,1329126.story>full "Trespass" review</a>

R; 1:30 running time

Popcorn journeyman Joel Schumacher's home-invasion flick "Trespass" does an efficient enough job setting up screenwriter Karl Gajdusek's scenario: A quartet of masked robbers barge into the sumptuous, secluded home of high-end diamond dealer Kyle Miller (Nicolas Cage), his architect-wife Sarah (Nicole Kidman) and their teenage daughter (Liana Liberato), and immediately a war of bluffs begins over which party is more desperate. Then the film takes a hyper-drive pill -- side effects include excessive yelling, strained twists and ludicrous action logic -- and a potentially claustrophobic B-movie nail-biter suddenly becomes tediously overworked.

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