Kyle (Nicolas Cage) is a wealthy businessman engaged with diamonds. His family consists of Sarah (Nicole Kidman) and Avery (Liana Liberato). In most cases, well known directors get popular stars to make the picture marketable. Often times, it becomes a disaster due to the light screenplay and unrealistic dumbfounded moments. If you have a camera to see who comes in your door, would you let anybody who can't see their faces (yes even if they are cops) inside your home? Would one endanger their family by not divulging your money? Wouldn't you get the weapon of two criminals fighting? If your really loyal to your hubby wouldn't you slap some stranger who kissed rather then ask them leave? This reviewer can go on but it's up-to the future viewers of this flick to discover the rest. Trespass is typical eye-candy loaded with flashbacks to make the movie engaging and some wonderful performances from Cage and Kidman. The house itself is a sight to behold and the stories of the criminals, which only erupted towards the conclusion.