Starring: Paula Patton, Omar Epps, Roselyn Sanchez, Laz Alonso, Dawn Olivieri, Missi Pyle, William Fichtner, Luke Goss
Story: Thriller drama directed and written by Deon Taylor, the story centers on a couple, Brea Stephens (Paula Patton) and John Wilson (Omar Epps), who go off for a romantic weekend in the mountains joined by their two friends, another couple, Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez).
After a chance encounter with a suspicious gang at a secluded truck stop, they find themselves unknowingly in possession of a phone containing proof of the gang’s sex trafficking exploits. When the gang turns up and begins to torment them the foursome are forced to fight for their lives against a gang who will stop at nothing to protect their secrets.
John: [to Bea] You have been nothing but a positive force in my life.
[referring to Brea]
John: She’s the one.
John: [to Brea] Let’s get away from the city.
[as they drive up to the house]
Brea: Oh, my gosh.
John: It’s miles away from everything.
Darren: It’s a celebration!
Brea: I did not know you guys were coming.
[to Darren; referring to Brea]
John: I’m trying to create a moment. I want to give her something she can remember for the rest of her life.
Brea: What are you looking at?
Billy: That is a hot rod.
John: Built it myself.
Billy: Where did you learn that, in prison auto shop? A sweet ride, a smoking piece in the store. Are you a ballplayer?
John: I’m not looking for any trouble.
Billy: Trouble? You can’t hold a polite conversation?
[Cara enters the ladies and puts her phone in Brea’s bag; they are interrupted]
Pony: Cara, get your…
Cara: Give me a minute.
Pony: What are you doing in here? Let’s go, now!
Pony: I’ve got a big problem. I can’t find the phone.
Red: The people I work for do not accept mistakes!
John: Hey, baby, your phone is ringing.
Brea: That’s not my phone.
Brea: [to John] Babe, that girl, something in my gut was telling me that she needed help.
[their doorbell rings and Brea opens the door to Cara]
Cara: I think I put my phone in your bag by accident.
Brea: Let me help you.
Cara: Just give me the phone. Just give me the phone, okay? They will kill you.
[she runs off]
Brea: Hold on!
[to John; on the phone]
Red: Hey, you got something that belongs to me.
[to John, Darren and Malia]
Brea: They want to kill us.
[calling the police]
John: I need help right now, please! I don’t know where I’m at.
[to Brea who’s hiding in her car]
Red: Where are you, little lady?
Red: [to Brea] I’ll keep you just for me. Just for me.
Red: I will find you!
John: Just hold on, alright?
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