Trespass (1992)

After learning the location of a bag of stolen gold, two Southern firemen head north to search an abandoned St. Louis factory for the loot in this action drama. Unluckily, they stumble into the middle of a gang war, and their battle for the… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 1, 1992
DVD Release Date: May 11, 1998
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TIME Magazine

There's something bracing about the utter amorality of Trespass.

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Geoff Andrew
Time Out

For the undemanding, it may seem a fair stand-off; but compared to Hill's best work, it's merely a jerk-off.

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TV Guide

While Trespass might have been more compelling, it still displays far more style and intelligence than the average contemporary action thriller.

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Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly

In a season dominated by bloated blockbuster wannabes, it's easy to respond to the lean-and-mean B-movie pleasures of Trespass.

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Vincent Canby
New York Times

Everything in the screenplay seems arbitrary, including the firefighting jobs assigned to the two would-be treasure-seekers. They could as easily be magazine salesmen or amateur songwriters.

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Rob Gonsalves

Hill stages some typically electric action scenes.

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Variety Staff

Director Walter Hill's handling of the action is fluid and kinetic, making the film a pleasure to watch for the expertness of its craft.

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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

Does Trespass have any lasting significance? No. Does it do anything particularly well? No, only skillfully.

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Chuck O'Leary
Fantastica Daily

An intense and unique action-thriller with that distinct Walter Hill touch.

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Flixster Audience Score: 47% Flixster User Reviews
Phil Hubbs
Directed by action maestro Walter Hill and with a lead role for Bill Paxton this sounds like a great combination. Alas this turns out to be a very by the… More
xGary Xx
Ice T and Ice Cube run through their usual "gangsta" schtick as they try to dispose of inconvenient witnesses to a murder who hole up in an abandoned… More
Ken Stachnik
Directed by Walter Hill, written by Robert Zemeckis, starring Bill Paxton, Ice Cube, Ice T, and Bill Sadler. Don't mind if I do.
Dean McKenna
This violent thriller suffers from poor characterisation and an uninspiring plot.
Alexander Wilson
I remember watching this on tv a long time ago in school. Staying up late and not watching everything as I fell asleep. Great film then, not sure about now.
Deb S
Ice T 'I'm a businessman, not a gangster and these are my associates' This is your classic tension film fueled on one side (the supposedly… More