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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Abduction Review


Abduction Rating  1.87/5

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Abduction Movie Review

Ratings:3/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesOfIndia
So Lautner fans have loads to look out for in the bicep and brawn department, with the young hero displaying his martial skills with expertise. Is Jacob, the werewolf, hoping to carve a niche for himself as the new action hero? Of course, we're not forgetting the slot of the new hottie too, which Lautner seems to have already taken with his Twilight series outings. Here too, he gets to remove his shirt, not once but twice, to display his perfectly sculpted physique which quite makes up for the lack of expression.Truly, a befitting breakaway attempt, Abduction proves that Lautner has more to him than being a sidekick to Robert Pattinson's vampire hero in the Twilight films.
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Ratings:1.5/5 Reviewer:Shaikh Ayaz Site:Rediff
the Taylor Lautner-starrer is a mediocre high school version of The Bourne Identity, meant only for the viewing pleasures of teenagers. It is filled with American high school movie stereotypes and validates director John Singleton's standing as a director of (whose works like Michael Bay's, is increasingly riling viewers) absolutely no imagination of his own. He has most of the ingredients which he thinks works with the youth -- guns and girls (Mr Godard wouldn't like this), campus as a set-up, extended chases and the CIA let loose. Abduction is an unengaging bore, with no regard for its own market. Let's credit the youth with more intelligence and acumen than this film thinks they deserve.
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Ratings:1/5 Reviewer:Shakti Salgaonkar Site:DNA

Abduction is a teenage thriller involving espionage, chases and, of course, love. A film like this needs good acting and good dialogue to hold its own. Now considering it’s a Lautner film, you know it could fail on one count. There is a lot of scope for action and mad car chases, but you end up waiting endlessly for anything remotely interesting to happen.Abduction is absolutely unentertaining, packed with cringe-worthy dialogue and some watered down performances (Alfred Molina! Why!). If this was meant to be a thriller, the thrill is long gone! Personally, I just wish I’d been abducted while I was on my way to watch this film.
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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Shalini Langer Site:IndianExpress

Lautner does his best, but eventually this film becomes one of those CIA plots-within-plots that you know will find a way to resolve themselves without you expending any energy to understand.Lautner should nurse those biceps. They serve him well in this film, particularly when you would be better off not looking at what's going on, or rather not, above the chin. Even a sequel seems in the air.
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