Broken Vows

Synopsis: On her bachelorette-party weekend with friends in New Orleans, Tara (Jamie Alexander) falls for the darkly-sexy bartender Patrick (Wes Bentley). Waking in his bed the next morning, Tara instantly regrets her unfaithfulness and flies back home to her fiancé (Cam Gigandet). Her secret flame becomes a full-on fire when Patrick shows up at her house, surreptitiously tries to cancel her wedding arrangements, and stalks her every move. He spirals into madness and delusion, determined to have Tara no matter what the cost. When his efforts fail, he tracks the newlyweds on their honeymoon where he erupts in a psychotic, murderous rage. Tara will have to find the strength she never knew she possessed to stop Patrick from destroying her marriage and her life.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Bram Coppens
Production: Bullet Entertainment
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
4.2
R
Year:
2016
90 min
9 Views

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His ring...

I spent hours picking it out.

Not knowing...

I tried to ignore the signs, but...

I could smell her on his clothes.

Taste her on his lips.

He confessed. He cried.

I told him I forgave him, but...

I didn't.

I was broken.

But I guess...

none of us are perfect.

This is the hottest place in town.

Really?

This place is all kinds of wrong.

Yeah, exactly, and it's perfect for you.

Come on.

You should go talk to him.

I can talk to those boys any time.

This is our weekend.

You're right. We stick together.

You ladies need a round?

Not from you, Red. Thanks.

I'll get us cocktails.

No, I'll do it.

That waitress looked

just like the home-wrecker.

What are you looking for?

Something to make me forget.

If it were only that easy.

You're staring.

I'm sorry.

You remind me of someone.

I hope it's not a bad memory.

She was...

very special to me.

Thank you.

It's good.

Hey, barman,

can I talk to you for a minute?

My name's Patrick.

Tara.

Tara.

Hey, buddy?

Can I talk to you?

You should probably

go take care of that guy.

I don't want to look away.

Why not?

You might disappear.

Nice ink.

Christ, man, get over here!

I'll be right back.

Hey, what the f*ck is this?

I'm not paying $40 for two f*cking drinks.

You don't have to drink it.

- You can leave.

- I'm gonna kick your ass.

Let's go.

What did you say to that guy?

Nothing.

I sent you all a round.

Thank you.

What do I owe you?

It's on me.

That was so cool!

Where do we get a car?

I gotta go.

Hey, that bartender

you were talking to earlier.

He's standing over there.

He's so hot.

He's so cute. You should go talk to him.

- Shut up.

- You were already talking to him!

I'm not going to talk to him.

- You were flirting with him.

- You totally were.

Speak louder, that would be great.

- Just talk to him.

- I hate you.

Hi.

You again.

Me again.

I should be going.

Thank you.

Good night.

Shut up. So what?

Who keeps calling?

Man...

No one.

All right, ladies,

it's time for Bloody Marys.

I can't.

You're awake.

Where are my clothes?

They smelled like a club.

I washed them for you.

You washed my clothes?

When?

Couldn't sleep, really.

Don't worry, I handwashed your dress.

They're in the bathroom.

Would you like some coffee?

I brewed some.

Yeah, sure.

Do you have a T-shirt or something?

Yeah, in the wardrobe.

What's mine is yours.

You take sugar and cream?

You know, I...

I'm probably gonna skip

the coffee, actually.

Do you wanna grab breakfast?

I know a place that serves great crepes.

Best in New Orleans.

So?

I have to get going.

- So soon?

- Yeah.

Well, wait. I want to show you something.

You know, I have to catch a flight.

- I'm sorry, I can't.

- It's important.

Okay. What is it?

I meet a lot of girls, and...

but you, you're...

From the moment I met you...

I knew you'd come back for me.

Come back?

Yeah.

You're the one who can save me.

You don't like it?

I did it for you.

I'm sorry. This was a mistake.

Don't say that. We have something special.

No, I... I really should have never come.

Don't leave.

You know, I...

I've got to catch my flight.

Why? Stay.

I can't.

I really have to go.

- It's just...

- It's okay.

I need to go now.

Oh, my God. You do realize

our plane leaves in an hour.

Yes, I know.

What the hell happened to you last night?

I f*cked up. I don't want to talk

about it right now.

Where's Justine?

She left already.

I can't find my phone.

- Here, I'll call it.

- Thanks.

I don't hear it anywhere.

Shit. My whole life is in that thing, man.

Well, it's too bad.

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