Directed by: Loren Bivens and Adam Roarke
Actors: Lou Diamond Phillips, Adam Roarke, Ben Johnson and Deborah Neumann
Also known as: Trespasses - No Limite da Violência
Description: This is a classic example of a "B" movie. It has it all...bad dialog, bad acting, bad directing, and bad acting. Is it worth watching? Well, maybe. Even good old Ben Johnson doesn't help, as he seems to realize what a turkey this movie really is. Shame, as he was a fine actor. The story involves a small Texas town, in which a couple of lowlifes rape a woman and murder a young man (right in front of his father). The man's murder is one of the most intense, well-made scenes I've ever seen, and is the best part of the movie, IMHO. Unfortunately, the rest of the film pales by comparison. The dead man's father seeks justice, and will stop at nothing until he gets it. The main actor of Trespasses Lou Diamond Phillips also starred in Brokedown Palace
In the end, as you would expect, the bad guys get what's coming to them. The real reason that this film might be of interest is the Lou Diamond Phillips connection (billed as Lou Diamond here). He co-wrote the screenplay, and plays one of the two bad guys. His performance in the movie is the best in the film, and might be worth watching, for that alone. Ironically, the only other exceptional performance is young Thom Meyers, as the unfortunate son, since both actors die in a similar fashion in the film. All in all, it's a boring film, worth watching for Phillip's and Meyer's performances, but little else.