Ball in the House (Relative Evil) (2001) - Rotten Tomatoes

Ball in the House (Relative Evil) (2001)





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Studies say that the majority of homicides are committed by someone the victim knows, and 17-year-old J.J. White (Jonathan Tucker) is about to find that out the hard way. Upon returning to his working-class home from a court-ordered stay at rehab, J.J.'s struggle to remain sober is complicated by both the stress of dealing with his dysfunctional family and a series of late night snowstorms that makes venturing into the outside world impossible. As cabin fever takes hold and J.J. begins to suspect that his own family is plotting to kill him for the insurance money, he must discover if his paranoia is truly justified or psychosomatic if he is to survive and maintain his sanity. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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David Strathairn
as Dr. Charlie
Amy Zimmerman
as Anchorwomen Cindy
Greg Sandquist
as Officer Waters
Larry Nash
as Anchorman Bob
Jonah Marsh
as Young Mother
Stephen J. Rose
as School Bus Driver
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