The ending is romantic. The story comes from life, higher than life. The two main characters of the emotional performance of people laughing. The filming technique is breathtaking. Very pretty. I watch it with my mother.
Trespass (1992) is a thriller starring Bill Paxton, Ice-T, William Sadler, and Ice Cube. It is written by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, and directed by Walter Hill. Paxton and Sadler are two Arkansas firemen who infiltrate an abandoned building in search of hidden treasure after being given a map by an old man, a thief, trapped in a fire. Whilst in the building they run into a gang (Ice-T, Ice Cube et al) who are about to execute the member of an opposing gang. Paxton and Sadler witness the execution but manage to grab one of Ice-T's gang, his half-brother. This leads to a stalemate and inevitable standoff. News of the gold reaches Ice-T, who now has two purposes: dispose of the witnesses and claim the gold. This is a superb action thriller, similar to Judgment Night (1993), Surviving the Game (1994), and Armoured (2009). I've always been a fan of Walter Hill's films, his unpassionate and unparalleled style, his fierce and rapid pacing, and Trespass is no disappointment. There is plenty of gunfire and violence; and yet, there is also many a riddle, about the whereabouts of the treasure, yes, but also about how Paxton and Sadler are going to escape the room they are trapped in and leave the building with the treasure if they can locate it. This is what transpires when people from two diverse backgrounds clash. Throw in money and murder, and you have the perfect tale to keep you occupied for an evening.
Cast Bill Paxton as Vince Ice-T as King James William Sadler as Don Ice Cube as Savon Art Evans as Bradlee De'voreaux White as Lucky Bruce A Young as Raymond Glenn Plummer as Luther Stoney Jackson as Wickey TE Russell as Video Tommy Tiny Lister as Cletus John Toles-Bey as Goose Byron Minns as Moon Tico Wells as Davis Hal Landon Jr. as Eugene DeLong James Pickens Jr. as Police Officer Reese L Warren Young as Police Officer Foley
Trivia The film was originally titled Looters, but was changed due to avoid any confusion with the Los Angeles riots (1992). Trespass is loosely based on The Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948). Ry Cooder scores the film, but the original score was written by jazz musician, John Zorn. The script was written in the 1970s by Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis. The release date was delayed due to the Los Angeles riots. Walter Hill describes Trespass as ''an adventure film that harkens back to a Jack London tradition''. The film performed poorly, grossing $13.7m against its $14m budget.
Soundtrack Ice-T, Ice Cube - Trespass Public Enemy - Gotta Do What I Gotta Do Ice-T, Daddy Nitro - Depths of Hell Sir Mix-A-Lot - I Check My Bank Penthouse Players Clique - I'm A Playa Black Sheep - On The Wall AMG - Don't Be A 304 Gang Starr - Gotta Get Over (Taking Loot) Lord Finesse - You Know What I'm About Donald D - I'm Gonna Smoke Him WC and the Maad Circle - Quick Way Out Ry Cooder, Jim Keltner - King of the Street