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Lowdown: Wealthy married couple Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman are the victims of a home invasion, and the attackers (including Cam Gigandet) know some of their secrets.
Grade: B-. It could be sleazy fun, but it looks like it's aiming for high drama. The fact that Joel Schumacher, who arguably hasn't made a good film in over a decade, is directing doesn't inspire much confidence. And Cage looks to be oddly restrained.
Release date: October 14