Cam's (Brian Spangler) couldn't be better, he lives in a nice house,
has a nice job, and Diane (Trista Caruso Sudy), the woman he loves, is his
wife, and she's pregnang with his child. So what could destroy that bliss?
(Johnny DiLoretto), that's what. Now Cam and Todd were best friends way
back, but then Todd got together with Diane, and they were the cutest of
couples ... until Cam fell in love with her and vice versa, and ... well,
she eventually became Cam's wife and mother of his children-to-be.
decent enough to feel guilty at least, but now Todd's showing up on his
doorstep with a dead jogger (Elizabeth McPherson) in the trunk - it was a
DUI accident -, and now he needs Cam's help to help him dispose of the
Cam still feels guilty about stealing Diane from Todd (even if you
can't really fight true love), so he helps - but then he feels guilty
about having helped to hush up the crime, and ... well, it doesn't end
I Owe You is an extremely fun tale of guilt and
revenge that's told in a suitably ironic way, that's well paced and short
enough to birng its point home without ever boring the audience, and
that's carried by some really good performances. And the twist ending
really packs a punch - even if it's at the same time darkly funny.