A babysitter has affability. The mother is overly critical. The babysitter is minding Luke who is 12. Luke and the babysitter face a home invasion. Or do they? The trailer gave too much away.
The babysitter faces those who have disciplined dedication to misbehaving. The baddie deserves a reprimand and confrontation never ends. The baddie has no moral compass and the babysitter is angrily resistant to the baddie who has vindictive satisfaction and unconcern. The baddie shrugs off moral judgement and tantrums. This was okay as the baddie is ominously sure of himself and has behavioural deviation. The baddie ominously lingers and can be violently threatening in their entitlement.
“Don’t you have a curfew?”
“The foetus machine.”
“So what are your family’s plans for the holiday?”
“Why do you hang out with this guy?”
“Have a seat.”
This is so much more awful than expected. People speak in flat affectless tones. People wander around Hamilton High and nobody has the honesty gene. An escaped lunatic lurks and no man has calm efficiency. This is not a signature achievement in film. This is a constant source of embarrassment. There are psychosexual and nonsensical goings on. Watching this does not give you enormous satisfaction. This was all futility.