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  • This movie with a very simple and straight forward plot has a lot of depth to it

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      This is the story of two children who have been relocated to live with the neighbors Mr. and Mrs.

      Glass as legal guardians after the tragic death of their parents.

      Their parents died in a terrible car accident in a car that was loaned to them the Mr.

      Glass himself.

      Initially the two children did


      not have any problems at all coping in the new house, but that was until Rudy, the older of the two children, discovers that Mr.

      Glass is actually after their four million dollar trust fund, so he is only playing the good guardian to that end.

      When Rudy brings to light the fact of how ...


      • her parents had died while driving a company car loaned to them by the Glass’, the wife, overcome with guilt, takes her own life by over dosing in medication.

        When Mr.

        Glass acknowledges his wife’s death, he goes crazy and locks the children in the basement of the house.

        Things start spiraling out of control

        after that point and in the end, after all the chaos has passed and the smoke cleared, the children ended up staying with their uncle in a more secure situation.

        This movie with a very simple and straight forward plot has a lot of depth to it; it should not fail to keep you entertained in the least.

        Enjoy!




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