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on October 2, 2011
I just came from the theater and thoroughly enjoyed this movie! Although it started just a wee bit slow, it quickly got hot and carried a lot of action all through the movie. It was basically CIA spy stuff and running from the bad guys.

The movie begins with 3 guy friends on a joy ride somewhere in the hills around (what I believe is) Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. The guy on the hood is Nathan Price (Taylor Lautner--the American Indian boy/werewolf) from the Twilight movie series). They head over to a party, drink, and have a good time. Nathan wakes up the next morning, passed out on the lawn. His father comes to get him, followed by a slug-it-out on the lawn learn-how-to-take-care-of-yourself very physical "discussion". Mom pretty much stands by and watches for awhile until she finally breaks it up, which seems a little odd for a mother, since these are some pretty good punches.

We next see Nathan in the office of his therapist. Dr. Jerry Bennet (Sigorney Weaver) has been seeing Nathan for quite some time. He has some anger issues (where it sounds like he blows his cork) and repetitive dreams of a woman being killed. First, the pretty woman is singing to him, and then she is attacked and killed by a man dressed in black.

All and all, things are relatively fine. He loves his parents; they seem to enjoy each other and Nathan seems like a pretty normal teenager. He also seems to like the girl across the street, Karen (Lily Collins).

When the Sociology teacher pairs Nathan and Karen together on a 10-page report and they begin researching "Missing Children" on the web, Nathan discovers his own photo. He even has the shirt in the photo. When he contacts someone on the website to find out more, the xxxx hits the fan. The contact in New York, reaches out to someone in London. To say that things "heat up," fast becomes an understatement and the CIA is also involved.

Again, this is an action/chase/spy type film and quite good. I was between a 4 and 5 star on it, so I rounded up. As a few reviewers mentioned, there really was no chemistry between Nathan and Karen. The movie was quite entertaining and I will most definitely watch it again. Since this is a movie about killing, I do not recommend it for your children.
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on October 11, 2015
Super les voix VFQ
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 10, 2012
DVD received safely and quickly!
1 only regret about the article, I haven't the same photo, which was on the cover of DVD, but the other photo isn't bad too! JCL
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