A young man receives an emergency phone call on his cell phone from an older woman. She claims to have been kidnapped – and the kidnappers have targeted her husband and child next.

In Brentwood on the outskirts Los Angeles, Jessica, a middle-aged woman,gets kidnapped unreasonably. They continue to hijack her son and her husband without reason. Will they escape from those strangers? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Shae S (gb) wrote: Beautifully filmed, wretchedly boring.

Peter P (de) wrote: This horseshit makes the execrable "The Day After Tomorrow" look like Shakespeare in comparison...

Kira D (ag) wrote: great documentary....

JM G (ru) wrote: Pretty poor in almost every respect. The makers of this movie expect you to believe that this is based on a true story, but they make it absolutely impossible to even remotely believe any of it. Even when you think it can't get any more far fetched, it does.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: Swedish Vampires... The World Needs More of This--Fresh, freakily fun take on the vampire genre!!

Michael T (es) wrote: After the ressurection of his career in the early 1990s, Keitel was everywhere. He basically plays the same hardass character he had playing in other movies in this one, but no one plays a hardass as well as Keitel. It is a classic Neo-Noir in which Keitel seeks revenge on the sleazy Stephen Dorff who betrays both Keitel and his younger brother (Timothy Hutton) after they pull a jewelry store heist. Famke Janssen seems to glamorous to play Hutton's wife who works as a clerk in Safeway. Worth a look.

Al H (nl) wrote: The special edition is better than the theatrical version.

i am me s (ca) wrote: i want to go back in the 80's.

Colby D (es) wrote: If the portrayal of the African Americans isn't racist enough, the film completely ignores slavery even though they live on a white plantation. I guess, if the racism was taken out the film I guess it would be pretty good. It's best if we just ignore the film and enjoy Br'er Rabbit and Br'er Fox in the cartoons or Splash Mountain. The vocals, lessons, and characters will still be treasured in our hearts.

Karsh D (ru) wrote: Usual Seagal fare - daughter gets kidnapped and goes around killing the baddies - some action scenes were ok, although some were laughable - as I say, usual Seagal fare!!

Josh M (ag) wrote: Never really been a huge fan of the Focker movies and Little Fockers is no different. The same old shenanigans are present just within a different plot. It is old and predictable. I found myself knowing exactly what will happen next in almost every scene.

Vadim D (jp) wrote: This was sold on sex and the main stars. Too bad there is nothing else left in the film. I bet Jolie would like to take this is off her resume

Colin M (it) wrote: Amazing show by one of the greatest bands alive! Includes a full performance of the ''Fear Of A Blank Planet'' concept! Must-see for fans of Porcupine Tree and progressive rock!

Michael D (jp) wrote: Mcavoy is great. I personally can't stand Knightly. Good film. Emotionally gripping