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Prisoners (2013) 

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Director: Denis Villeneuve
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal

Every parents nightmare becomes a reality in Prisoners, a chilling child abduction thriller starring Hugh Jackman, which asks should parents take the law into their own hands when police investigations become seemingly stagnate?

On a cold Thanksgiving Keller Dover's (Hugh Jackman) young daughter and her friend disappear and the only likely suspect is a man who had his RV parked in the vicinity. The man is interviewed and released owing to lack of evidence. Crazed panic and the desperate need to find his daughter alive overwhelmingly consumes Keller. He believes the suspect knows more than he's revealing so Keller abducts, imprisons, tortures & interrogates him. Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) investigates as the web of intrigue intensifies.

This frightening and extremely disturbing film should be watched by all parents, as it highlights just how easily children can to be abducted. At two and a half hours duration the mystery escalates, with riveting performances from a superb cast & a screenplay which uses suspense to its advantage.

This is mandatory, "edge of your seat" viewing which delivers a spine tingling climax, resonating that anybody regardless of religion or status in society, can become "prisoners" of their darker side if propelled by unfortunate circumstances.
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Prisoners (2013)
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Hugh Jackmans performance of his career...
Rating: 4.0