Abduction

Abduction
Abduction

Year

2011

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Nathan (Twilight's Taylor Lautner) is just an average kid growing up in the American heartlands - or so he believes. Then one dramatic day later and he's on the run from all sorts of people, including the CIA, and trying to figure out who he really is and how much of his life so far as been a lie. The movie leans more towards action than spending much time on Nathan's identity crisis, which is probably not a bad idea - Lautner expresses himself better with his kick boxing than his face or words.

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12 Classification

This film contains frequent moderate violence and one use of strong bad language.

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