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Taylor Lautner stars in this action thriller about a young man who sets out to uncover his true identity. Nathan (Lautner) is an ordinary teenager whose life is blown apart when a classmate spots his baby picture on a missing person's website. Nathan begins to suspect that his 'parents' are in fact secret agents, and must fight tooth and nail to get to the bottom of the sinister plot behind his so-called reality. Maria Bello, Alfred Molina and Sigourney Weaver co-star.
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Basically Lautner is 18 year old Nathan Price, a high school boy who lives with his parents in suburbia and has an unrequited love for the girl opposite. Dad is a real go-getter and relentlously trains his son to be fit and fight. Nathan and the love interest are thrown together by a school project and whilst researching he discovers that his cosy life may not be all that he thinks. He contacts a missing person website and next thing armed men come looking for him and his life goes to pot as he goes on the run trying to discover the truth about who he is. Having been trained to fight all his life he does better than the average school kid obviously. From there it goes pretty much to formula as both the CIA and some Eastern European bad guys pursue our hero.
Lautner is a competent action hero though he falls short on emotion and Lily Collins is sweet as his love interest. The blu ray print is perfect although it is in letter box format and the soundtrack is 7.1 although I can't say I really noticed any audible action behind me.
This film is nowhere near as bad as some reviews have made out, its a competent action thriller and made an enjoyable 90 minutes viewing.
Overall after the initial slow build up, i thought Abduction was an enjoyable bubblegum for the brain thriller. The production value was good overall given the films modest budget, although some of the action sequences & special affects were a bit bargain basement, it detracted a little, but not enough to ruin the experience as a whole. It managed to keep me guessing about who was on who's side, so it really had me fooled in places, where i started to suspect everyone. The acting talent on show is of a high pedigree overall, the experience of Sigourney Weaver (Alien) , Alfred Molina (The Sorcerer's Apprentice) , Michael Nyqvist (...Read more ›
Pouting like there is no tomorrow, he confronts his parents, who state they are not really his parents, and soon after, they are killed.
It turns out that he has something to do with the CIA, and Dr Octopus and Ripley are out to help him. Or are they?
He brings along a girl he fancies, and they get into all sorts of scrapes. Or do they?
Singleton blasted his way into our lives twenty three years ago with his phenomenal debut, and now he's directing a vehicle for the one from Twilight who isn't a vampire.
And it's what you'd expect. A bland teen action movie, with no subtlety or common sense. But it's not a horrid film to watch.
Despite it's blandness, it's quite watchable, but runs out of steam toward the final act.
Lautner proves there is no life after Twilight with the exception of Stewart, and looks out of place whenever he has his shirt on.
Issacs and Bello are wasted in their minor roles, and Weaver and Molina are just there for filler and a bit of gravitas.
But still, it's the best thing Lautner has been in other than Twilight, but that's not saying much really.
Abduction is about a boy Taylor Lautner (from Twilight fame) who discovers he is suddenly on the run from a group of baddies (you know the type - foreign accents, plenty of disposable henchmen and can only shoot bottles when firing machine guns at a teenager). Um, that's about it really. Taylor gets chased here, Taylor gets chased there, hooks up with a pretty young girl with big eyebrows along the way - that sort of thing.
However, Abduction's big difference is that, instead of an adult being hunted by baddies who can't shoot straight (or overpower a fifteen year old), it's the afore-mentioned fifteen year old. And, baring in mind that there's minimal violence (defined by a lack of the red stuff when people get shot), this film is largely aimed at mid teens. It has plenty of pop culture references to Lady Gaga and Facebook that will amuse their generation.
I couldn't really think of anything wrong with it. Okay, I've seen it all before and it ticks all boxes. It's not a classic, but it's entertaining enough.
If you haven't seen this type of sinister-conspiracy-CIA-chase-type-film before, you'll probably love it and give it 5/5 (or just someone from `Team Jacob').
If however, you grew up collecting the original Star Wars toys and can remember when Transformers had nothing to do with Michael Bay, you may feel like it's Beverly Hills 90210 mixed with Jason Bourne and your score will be more around the 3/5 mark.
Maybe I'm just a child at heart.Read more ›
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Fast paced, keeps you guessing until the end. enjoyable action based moviePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer