Release Date: June 26, 2015
Director: José Manuel Cravioto
A young woman, whose been held against her will, turns the tables on her captor but this is just the beginning of her story.
The concept of Bound to Vengeance is an interesting one. Here’s a woman who’s able to break free from a man who’s been holding her hostage. But, after the man tells her about several other women who are being held, our heroine must decide whether to flee or to try to free the other captors.
Bound to Vengeance takes an interesting concept and executes it fairly sloppily. The characters are mostly uninteresting, one-dimensional creations. The cause and effect that plays out as the main character makes choices don’t ever add up to anything that makes much sense.
I got the ending but, at the same time, I didn’t get the ending. I won’t spoil anything. There was a bit of a twist that was interesting enough. I didn’t feel like it was all too powerful, though. The movie, however, seemed to have a different opinion of itself, as if it had just dropped a Sixth Sense or Unusual Sespects ending on me.” Unfortunately, it had only dropped an OK ending on me.« « A Deadly Adoption | I Was There Too » »