Abduction (2011) Rated PG-13

A young man sets out to discover the truth about his past when he notices his baby picture on a missing child website. Starring Jake Andolina, Oriah Acima Andrews, Ken Arnold, Maria Bello, Lily Collins,  Taylor Lautner, Alfred Molina, Sigourney Weaver.

The film takes the milk carton pictures of abduction to a thrilling new level of suspense. Nothing is as it seems with this particular abduction. Although interesting, it is also unrealistic, unfortunately. It is pretty unlikely that a 17 year old high school student would be going to the lengths that Lautner does to uncover his past. This film lacks depth, too; it’s basically about a teenage boy on the run. It is a pass.

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