Guilt – Thriller
Category – Movie
Content – Psychologist Jessie takes matters into her own hands, disgusted by the fact that convicted child molesters are released from prison. She studies them and then teaches them a permanent lesson. Not sure anyone would complain about her actions, but when one of her subjects admits that he lied about his molester, it messes with Jessie’s head. As she now knows that she killed an innocent man. Wrestling with her emotions, she struggles to figure out what to do with Grace, one of her victims she has tied up in the basement of a house. While the movie has good intentions, it falls short of merit. It is slow at times and just lacks that overall want or need to watch it. This scores a 5 out of 10.
Acting – Janet Shay plays Jessie, and she does a good job playing the badass. However, you don’t need great acting chops to beat people up, you need them to deal with the aftermath. The depth of this character was lacking in this department. Now Hayley Flowers plays Grace, the ex-con who gets taken by Jessie and held to be accountable. Hayley does a good job at playing the confused and seemingly genuine character. Score is 6 out of 10.
Duration – 1 hr 42 min. Too long for this one, the story can drag on and it needed more action to really keep it flowing. At least twelve minutes should have been edited out. This gets a 5 out of 10.
TOTAL INDEX for Guilt – 16 out of 30
Recommended Watch – Well, I cannot recommend this one, it was lacking the merit to keep a watcher intrigued.