I watched this with my missus when our first choice of a film did not work. but glad to see it instead.
Almost all takes place in one location, but delivers.
Do not get dishearted by the low ratings and give a chance when in mood. you won't be disappointed.
Problem is, Cage seldom finds a project to put his name to worthy of his manic, psychotic tinged charisma. Trespass, while being marginally above its bottom of the barrel reputation, winds up getting too busy for it's own good and ultimately results in a flat and unfulfilling conclusion.
To sum Trespass up in one word; dysfunction. Good guys, bad guys. Doesn't matter. There's not a healthy relationship to be found anywhere in this film and with the ending we get, only the most hardened Nicolas Cage supporter (or rather, apologist by this point) should set aside 90 minutes for this one.
I kept waiting for the big "twist" to show up but it never came. If you are thinking to watch it on Netflix just choose anything else.