Death Sentence

Synopsis: Nick Hume is a mild-mannered executive with a perfect life, until one gruesome night he witnesses something that changes him forever. Transformed by grief, Hume eventually comes to the disturbing conclusion that no length is too great when protecting his family.
Director(s): James Wan
Production: Fox Atomic
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
105 min

Okay. Can't get that, that...

Okay, guys. Ready?

- We wish you a Merry Christmas.

- T's just the...

bike wanted.

Yeah, do you ike it?

S that the one?

Good. Merry Christmas.

Oh, the new hockey stick.

S it a good size?

Yeah, it ooks fine to me.

Let me see that sapshot.

Hey, don't knock anything off the tabe.

Am the greatest.

Am the greatest.

Show me what you got. Oh.

Hang on one sec.


A right, fip it up.

You okay?

You okay?

Okay, you're on your own.

Oh, my gosh. Luke.

Oh, honey.

Watch out for the tree though.

Do a trick.

Do a trick.

How proud are you of him?

Oh, my God. He's amazing.

Did mommy do that?

Te me the truth.

Did mommy do that painting for you?

Hey. Wow. Look at that.

Just got one question.

What the heck is it?

T is abstract.

So when get signed,

' buy you a new house, okay?

Hey, what's wrong with this house?


Oh, sh*t.

Okay, make a wish.

So how od are you, mom?

- How od am?

- We were just wondering.

You ook gorgeous.

You don't ook a day over...

Just spit it out, dad.

Brendan Hume, you've just won MVP.

...our goden boy.

Number one...

Get this baby it.

Can sap him when we wake him up?



He's going to ki us.


- Surprise!

- Happy Birthday, Lukey!

- Happy Birthday, Lukey!

- Happy Birthday.


it fees no different that yesterday

when was thirteen.

Do you want your

fourteen punches now or?

A itte ater, after wake up.

Get off me.

Ah man. Amost had you.

Shoud od acquaintance be forgot.

And never brought to mind.

Shoud od acquaintance be forgot.

And days of aud ang syne.

Can bother you?

Just you think there's no order anywhere,

there's order ooking right at you.


What do you need here?

Annie just said need you to approve this.

This guy worked here

at Starfish for six years...

but his wife's dead, no kids, no wi.

Just want to ro his pension

back up into the fund,

make it easy.

Come on, don't make fie with the state.

We fie with the state so that one day...

if someone ooks back at this guy's death,

he wi see that we did ourjob.

You're right.

You've got to cover our asses.

Got it, sorry.

No... we do ourjob,

and we do right by a guy who worked for us.

Lest he died in vain.

What's that 'order in the universe' thing?

We, you know, our insurer spent

three hundred thousand bucks...

on this new mode, new fied data,

new society.

Who is the idea empoyee?

Who dies how and when?

And they sent it over to show

what a great job they're doing.

And you know what it says?

T says that peope with kids ive onger

than peope with no kids...

peope with two ive onger

than peope with one...

smoking is bad...

speeding is bad...

deaths in a famiy are bad...

divorce is bad.

T's kind of nice...

to see that a that junk is sti true.

You know?

Hey, you're the one with perfect kids.

Brendan, you're such a kiss-ass.

God gave me the skis.

- Can't hep it.

- Oh. God. Mom.

Need to go ki mysef.

Of course you do, Lukey.

May be excused?


'Ve got a cretin for a brother.

'Ve a no-dick for a brother.

Okay, you stop. Right now.

You shoud know better.


Let's be a famiy, shoud we?

Can say no?


Demand emancipation. Want a awyer.

Okay, am fiing right...

- 'm home.

- Now.

Sorry 'm ate. Did miss dinner?

No, there's penty.

' Heat something up for you.

Hey, dad,

need a ride to the city on Saturday.

The city?

Yeah, it's an exchange game.

'M the first ine again.

No kidding.

- That's fantastic.

- Yeah.

Wadren must ove you.

Yeah, because he's a kiss-ass.

We, good for him. We a going?

No, Lukey's got soccer.

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