“Abduction” is an action thriller film released in 2011 and directed by John Singleton. The movie stars Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins, and Alfred Molina, and tells the story of a high school student who discovers that he was abducted as a child and must go on the run to uncover the truth about his past.
The film explores themes of identity, trust, and family, as the main character sets out to uncover the truth about his past and the people who are pursuing him. Along the way, he discovers that he possesses exceptional skills and abilities that make him a target for various powerful forces.
“Abduction” received negative reviews from critics, who criticized the film’s clichéd plot, lack of originality, and weak performances. Despite this, the movie was a modest commercial success, grossing over $80 million worldwide.
The film’s premise and themes have been compared to other popular action films, such as “Bourne Identity” and “Taken,” and it has been noted for its use of fast-paced action sequences and suspenseful storytelling. However, “Abduction” remains a largely forgettable entry in the action-thriller genre, and is often cited as an example of a poorly executed film.
Duration: 106 min.