A family that lives in a house located near the forest, then visited by an intruder who attacks the peace of the family. How many times has the story been repeated, repeated again, and repeated again. Whether the reason for the intruder is just to rob, to kill, or to find a mysterious key like in Becky, it is a story that is difficult to recycle. Top Movie Site
Therefore, the entire film must stand by the performance of every actor and actress in it. Becky, the main character, is a child who is 13 years old and played by Lulu Wilson. As for the criminal group, it is led by a Neo-Nazi Dominick who is surprisingly played by an actor who often plays comedy, Kevin James.
The film opens with a parallel life between the two. Becky was being mobbed by her schoolmates and being bullied, while in a prison Dominick, an inmate, was watching a group of people who were crowding around two people who were still busy fighting. Then Becky is picked up by his father, Jeff (Joel McHale), while Dominick is picked up by a prison bus and both are on the streets. Best Movie
Becky and his father stopped at a petrol station, and the bus carrying Dominick and other prisoners stopped because the passengers rebelled. And finally they met in a few more moments, when Becky had returned and Dominick had managed to hijack the vehicle to get to Becky’s residence. So far nothing has really caught my attention. Becky was initially seen as a typical annoying teenager, he ignored his father and stole sweets. But apparently the frustrating behavior was reasonable. His mother had died some time ago, and he was angry with his father because of that.
Every time I see teenagers who rebel, there is always a fine line between annoying and indeed I understand. Becky is thankfully not annoying because I understand why he behaves so. Especially after arriving at his old home, Jeff had just told him that he invited his girlfriend and fiancé, Kayla (Amanda Brugel) and her son Ty (Isaiah Rockcliffe), which made Becky sad and upset.
Becky’s life was falling even more chaotic when a group of foreigners infiltrated their homes. This group of criminals, who call themselves “Brotherhood”, consists of Dominick who becomes the leader; Cole (Ryan McDonald); Hammond (James McDougall); and Apex (Robert Maillet), a burly and giant-sized man who apparently has a conscience more than his criminal friends. Movie Review
Kevin James as a criminal did surprise me, because every time I saw him I always remembered him as a big security guard at Paul Blart: Mall Cop. But here he is, with bald hair; a large Nazi emblem tattooed behind the head and a thick beard, looking much different from the appearance I normally see.
Seeing Kevin James as a sadistic villain is the main attraction of this film, but the one who holds the course of the storyline is Becky, a blond haired girl who hasn’t even reached 15 years old. When the bad guys were infiltrating the house, Becky was in a small cabin near the house. So he has a unique position.
Becky is a very sadistic and brutal film, something I didn’t expect. There is a level of sadism that I tolerate because I anticipate it, like let’s call it John Wick: Chapter 3 or Kill Bill. But if I do not anticipate it, then usually I will feel shocked and that is what happened to Becky. And the brutality is always related to Becky’s character.