`Facing any parent worst nightmare is the abduction of there child or anyone for that matter"
"But this one,"Prisoners" is a movie I'm having a hard time with" just for it's lack of Police investigation,
and the circumstance of two missing children, who lives down the street from the accused perpetrator,
or suspect, as we seem to think he is, having seen so many movies on this subject and T.V. shows that
would not hesitate to tear his aunt's house apart, to try and find any evidence of foul play, what I'm saying,
right away they give you a suspect and no really hard investigation, the only thing you get is one angry Farther,
and rightly so , which the whole movie is based on, you know sometimes when your anger takes over your brain
you never ever think clearly, and that's a dam fact that no one can detest, I can really attest to why it was called
Prisoners, they were many here, his friend and his wife to name a few, even the investigating officer [Jake Gyllenhaal]
who was a prisoner in his own mind as what to do, now that he is confronted with the daunting task of finding these two
kids, the movie has a lot of really high tension moments and suspense, like edge of your seat, there's some very brutal scene to
the movie as well, that would make you cringe and to make you question your own Morales as what you would do in a case
like this.. the thing that bothered me the most is everyone seem to play second fiddle to the main character, Dover [Hugh Jackman]
1.85:1 1080p High Definition.
5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.
Runtime 153 Minutes.
I Really Love It. All The Way Through.