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Intruders (2016) Movie Reviews

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04/26/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Unlucky 'Intruders'

'Intruders' starts on solid ground. We get a quick setup to our female lead and her at-home struggles. It's easy to invest in her eventual survival situation in just a couple of scenes, given this is somewhat under the "home invasion" category of thrillers. Beyond this point is where the movie flips that expectation around 180 degrees, literally. She turns the tables on her intruders completely, becoming the keeper of their demise almost in an instant. This is brought about through a twist involving her past. The reasoning behind the initial turn of events becomes more muddled with progression. It raises more questions about our female protagonist than it answers. In fact, she doesn't feel like the protagonist at all beyond this point. I'm left confused as to her motive...

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03/03/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

A promising beginning, but a dreadful ending

"What the hell? You're not supposed to be here. Explain it to me. Why aren't you at your brother's funeral?"

"Intruders" surprises and disappoints at the same time. Beth Riesgraf is astonishingly good as the tormented Anna. A woman with a dark past and who's suffering from a severe form of Agorafobia. After the death of her father, she's left behind with a considerable amount of money and her sick brother Conrad (Timothy T. McKinney), who dies early in the film. The only contact with the outside world that Anna has, is with the errand boy Dan Cooper (Rory Culkin), who announces the daily meals in a witty way. Her phobia is so strong that Anna isn't even able to go to the funeral of her own brother. And when three men show up at her house to search the alleged fortun...

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