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"The fight for the truth will be the fight of his life."
  • PG-13
  • 2011
  • 1 hr 46 min
  • 5.1  (83,165)
  • 25

Abduction is a 2011 action thriller film directed by John Singleton and starring Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins, and Alfred Molina. The movie revolves around Nathan Price (Lautner), a teenager who discovers his own picture on a missing persons website. When he starts digging into his past, he realizes that his life is not what it seems as he is drawn into a world of conspiracy and danger.

The movie begins with a training scene where Nathan is sparring with his neighbor and friend, Karen (Collins). He is then shown attending a high school party where he, Karen, and his best friend, Gilly (Denzel Whitaker), attract the attention of a group of criminals. The trio ends up trapped in a warehouse as the criminals attempt to rob a safe. Nathan uses his combat training to escape with Karen, but Gilly is shot and dies.

The FBI arrives, and Agent Burton (Molina) questions Nathan about the incident. Sensing an opportunity, Nathan uses his computer hacking skills to steal Agent Burton's file, which contains information about his past. Nathan discovers that his parents are not his real parents and starts digging deeper into his past, with Karen's help.

As they uncover more information, Nathan and Karen find themselves pursued by multiple parties who want the secrets they've uncovered kept hidden. They're forced to run and fight back against the various assailants, including a group of mercenaries, the CIA, and Agent Burton's team.

The movie takes the audience on a fast-paced adventure as Nathan and Karen try to outrun their attackers while uncovering the truth about Nathan's past. Along the way, they impersonate a married couple, hop trains, and even use a tractor during a thrilling car chase.

The chemistry between the two leads, Lautner and Collins, is palpable and their performances make the audience feel invested in their characters. The stakes are high throughout the movie, as Nathan and Karen are always one step ahead of their pursuers but never out of danger.

Abduction has its fair share of twists and turns, making it an exciting ride for audiences who enjoy action movies. Lautner's martial arts skills are on full display, and his character's transition from a regular high school student to a skilled fighter feels believable. Meanwhile, Collins is equally impressive as she holds her own in the action scenes.

Alfred Molina delivers a standout performance as Agent Burton, bringing a sense of gravitas to the role of the FBI agent who is not all he seems. Other notable performances include Michael Nyqvist as Viktor Kozlow, the man with the secrets Nathan and Karen are trying to uncover, and Jason Isaacs as Kevin, one of Kozlow's henchmen.

The movie's soundtrack features songs by artists such as Cobra Starship, Lenny Kravitz, and Train, which all add to the film's adrenaline-pumping atmosphere. Singleton's skilled direction ensures that the movie remains engaging, with the fast-paced action and thrilling plot making it a must-watch for fans of the genre.

In conclusion, Abduction is a heart-racing action movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat. The film's lead actors deliver solid performances, and their chemistry adds an emotional depth to the story. With a thrilling plot, impressive action sequences, and unexpected twists and turns, Abduction is an excellent movie that is sure to entertain audiences.

Abduction is a 2011 thriller with a runtime of 1 hour and 46 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.1 and a MetaScore of 25.

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