Abduction

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Released 2011

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Director:
John Singleton
Released:
2011
Rating:
PG-13

When teenager Nathan comes across his own childhood picture while scrolling through a missing persons website, he begins to question everything he ever took for granted -- including the people he always assumed were his parents.

Metacritic Score

  • 50

    Variety

    Aside from such dutiful fan service, the film is a haggardly slapdash "Bourne Identity" knockoff, never rising above the level of basic competence.

  • 40

    Los Angeles Times Glenn Whipp

    Abduction is just the third movie John Singleton has directed in the past decade, and it contains neither the passion nor the competence of his two previous genre efforts - "2 Fast...

  • 20

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    A sloppy, exploitative act of star worship created (if that's the right word for cynical hackwork) around Mr. Lautner, the pouty 19-year-old heartthrob of the "Twilight" franchise.

SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Terrible movie

    1.0
    Stupid movie with a ridiculous plot and mediocre acting. It really is painfully boring and please don't waste your time.
  • If you haven't watch it, you're missing out.

    10
    This is no joke, a great movie with action, great fight scenes, and that touch of a little teenage love. Taylor Lautner did way better here than he did in Twilight. Abduction makes sense. Don't let the title fool you, no one was kidnapped in the movie. Taylor's character realizes his parents aren't really his parents, and random people start coming after him, so he is on the run. Great movie for teens as it touches on regular teen issues,and kept me screaming at the screen.moreless

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Drama, Suspense

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Psychological, Independent, Thrillers