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Current Rating: 4.33

Current Rating: 4.33

based on 42 votes and 12 reviews

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  • 4 stars I enjoyed this movie. It has the same sort of premise as TAKEN, but with more realistic, real-world flow of events - almost as if things would unfold if an average father - vs a quasi-super-power dad (TAKEN) were to be in the role. It has banal moments, dumb luck, dead-ends, redundancy and frustration (while keeping your attention and entertaining you) in the same way this would happen in real life, if I may say so myself.
  • 1 stars Poor movie, extremely slow build up and poor acting
  • 1 stars I`m amazed that so many people gave this movie a good rating i found it to be very poor the acting was OK but the writing was terrible. i understand people like different things than me but it blows my mind that so many people gave this a 5 star...
  • awesome movie, this is a common occurence in the middle east countries, people being picked up, jailed, and forgotten about.....
  • 3 stars While it was well acted, it seemed to steal a lot from Taken, and it fizzled out at the end.
  • 5 stars Great Movie
  • 5 stars Excellent movie - great drama.
  • 5 stars Perhaps the best film of the year. Five stars.
  • 5 stars Great story that isn't just all action or some other genre. This comes across as a very realistic film with great acting. Marisa Tomei and Saad Siddiqui, an up and coming Toronto actor it seems, really stood out with their performances.
  • 5 stars very well done. shows everything isn't black and white in syria and that not everything ends with a perfect happy ending around the world.


Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  90 min.
Release date:  September 14, 2012 - Toronto
Expands starting September 21
| On DVD/VOD:  February 12, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 4.33
based on 42 votes and 12 reviews
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Cast: Alexander Siddig, Marisa Tomei, Joshua Jackson, Saad Siddiqui