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Welcome Home

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A couple decided to spend the weekend away from their daily routine in a beautiful rural area of Italy. During the trip, which was in a rented house in a rural area of Italy, both spouses tried to fix the marital relationship, which was somewhat turbulent but soon turn that trip into a nightmare and constant horror for the couple.
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Actors:
Aaron Paul,  Emily Ratajkowski,  Riccardo Scamarcio
Director:
George Ratliff
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HD
Duration:
93 min
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Hollywood Reporter
Attempting to be a cautionary tale for the Airbnb era, the pic squanders its potential with ham-fisted execution.
November 15, 2018
Blu-ray.com
Although it tries to be a nail-biting enterprise, I doubt anything here will make deal-hunters second guess an impossible rate for an unforgettable vacation. The extra sleaze just might be worth the savings.
November 14, 2018
Cinemalogue
... builds some mild tension until its reveal, after which it falls apart.
November 16, 2018
RogerEbert.com
Once the buzz from the ending fades, you may find yourself resenting Welcome Home for not figuring out that it could've been a classic until it was too late to be one.
November 20, 2018
Los Angeles Times
Strong lead performances by Aaron Paul and Emily Ratajkowski are squandered in "Welcome Home," a low-tension suspense picture with pretensions of saying something profound about broken relationships.
November 14, 2018
Film Inquiry
Good looking people, earnest emotions, not enough suspense. A potential discomforting kernel, bogged down by just...not enough.
November 27, 2018