Bound to Vengeance


Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 13%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 41%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 4604


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Amy Okuda as Girl #1
Tina Ivlev as Eve
Nikki SooHoo as Captive Girl #2
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347.6 MB
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1hr 33 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by reznors_chick 4 / 10

Bound to kill brain cells

This movie. It was all over the place. Really. I suppose I could see how some people might have liked it. Those people must just have a drastically different idea of what makes a movie good. The only thing that kept me watching was that I was in the mood for a movie and after a while of fruitless searching for something new and exciting I settled for this. Then continued to watch for lack of something better. The acting was nothing special. The story was starting off good. Building up momentum and tension, drawing you in...the BAM it just get's to be too much. They take it over the top. You have no connection to the characters. The twist is very lacking. At times it becomes downright laughable.

At the end of the day if you want a movie along these lines, a movie that is well made and draws you in from beginning to end, watch Seaoning House.

Reviewed by view_and_review 2 / 10

Illogical Tale of Revenge

I know that most movies are fiction and that we are not only supposed to not believe what happens on screen, but we should also not expect the people nor their environment to conform to what occurs in real life. But that never stops us from hoping and wishing that the characters would just do what normal people would do. Or do what we believe they SHOULD do.

This movie started off so strong then it took a turn toward what-the-heck-is-this-ville. The movie starts off with a woman escaping her captor who had her locked in a basement in the middle of nowhere. She gets the better of him but then has nowhere to go because the phones don't work (big surprise) and she doesn't have the keys to the van outside. She finally musters up the courage and the weaponry to demand the keys to the van to do what? To escape? To go to the police? No. To go round up the other captured girls because that makes the most sense. That's exactly what traumatized escapees do.

The movie was a tale of revenge. I don't begrudge the movie for being about revenge, I just couldn't get over the timing and the method of revenge. Later we see why the movie creators took the immediate vigilante/savior approach but to me it was a case of trying to be too clever. Every movie has to have a twist.

Too often vengeance movies sloppily put it all together. Either the motive for revenge is silly or the person seeking revenge is unlikely or the method of seeking revenge is unrealistic. The motive here was solid but as far as the person and more still the method... really wasn't in the plausibility ballpark. In all cases it detracts from the believability which detracts from the overall movie. This was a "I Spit on Your Grave" type with far less character, style and logic.

Reviewed by twotrybe 5 / 10

She Almost Had Me

So this is and is not a teen slasher movie. The subject matter deals with human trafficking and the main character plays a victim who apparently never wanted to call the police which leads to some consequences. Richard Tyson, who has been MIA for a while now, plays the despicable kidnapper who lays on the guilt trip thick with the female lead. She stupidly listens to him and doesn't seem to rationalize it out that he is the kidnapper and what happens to the other victim is because of him. As the film plays out, it seems as if our female lead is experiencing PTSD with every step she makes. It was refreshing to see the victim turn the tables on the predator but at the same time, she makes some stupid moves that frustrates the hell out of you. What should have been a better conclusion is left impotent and unsatisfactory. You wanted more out off this film and the ending just sucked. Still, as far as girl in peril films go, this was better.

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