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  • Actors: Craig Fairbrass, Randy Couture, Vinnie Jones, Dominic Purcell, Holt McCallany
  • Directors: Brandon Nutt
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: July 31, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007VXTANC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,213 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Special Agent Ross's (Randy Couture) plans to reconcile with his ex-fianc+ª are ruined when she boards a private jet that is targeted by hijackers working for the same crime lord he is chasing. With no time to inform his team, Ross wriggles his way aboard the aircraft and risks it all to save the love of his life. An adrenaline fueled action packed film that puts the fear back in flying!

Customer Reviews

It wasn't bad just expected more from this film.
Kindle Customer
In this film as the central character he needs more help.
Mark Turner
Not a great movie, but a low budget action flick.
Coach D

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: Blu-ray
As a straight-to-DVD action picture, my expectations were fairly grounded for the high-flying adventure "Hijacked." Meant as a vehicle for UFC Heavyweight Champion Randy Couture, he channels his best Jason Statham and comes off as a serviceable action hero. If you are approaching "Hijacked" for him alone, this might be worth a look (but I'd still be hard pressed to recommend a buy). If, however, you are looking for non-stop action, suspense, and a plot that makes sense--there is less that I can say. This is an action picture that assembles the requisite cast of good guys and bad guys on a luxury airliner and allows a battle of wills to play out. Unfortunately, though, every major plot point revolves around seemingly random choices involving both the terrorists and the hostages. At one point, Couture takes out one of the three bad guys and leaves him unconscious and unsecured to rejoin the fight later on. Another time he leaves his gun sitting in front of an unsecured villain. From the bad guys, they don't make much sense either. Although their plot is to extort money--they instantly kill two of the richest passengers on the plane. But others, like a flight attendant, they allow to live and escape several times.

I'm not sure that the plot really matters with "Hijacked." It's really just a red herring that has little to do with how the movie unfolds. A spiffy introduction speaks about an international organization called The Tribe, but it's all so over-the-top as to not have much impact. Next we meet Couture in a cursory mission, a job gone bad. But before he has time to breathe, he joins his ex-fiancee on this luxury flight as she has just been hired by a wealthy (but suspicious) Vinnie Jones. I love Jones, I must admit, but he has little to do here.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Coach D on August 2, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
As others have posted, this is low-rate action film. I too just checked it out due to Randy. I thought he did okay in The Expendables (he did take out Steve Austin), and wanted to see him in a solo action film. To be honest this movie was just about what I expected. Not a great movie, but a low budget action flick. Randy did not do any worse than say Chuck Norris did in his first couple of films. But do not expect much more. I agree with another poster about some of the dumb things Randy's character did in the movie and at one point thought to myself: Who writes these things? Leaving weapons around and not keeping an eye on a stone killer. Rookies! My other gripe was this movie did not have subtitles. That should have been a sign that is a low budget flick. I like to have subtitles on so I can read what people are saying. With the A/C on it sometimes gets difficult to hear what the characters are talking about and if I leave the volume up, I pay the price when the action gets going. Still, this was a Netflix rental, so it was a learning experience for me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Craig Neading on November 20, 2012
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The movie had a lot of action, but you could figure out the plot most of the time. I would watch it again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Gordon on September 3, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
The picture begins successfully enough with the under appreciated Vinnie Jones playing a suave British secret agent. Looking snazzy in a tuxedo, cool and cunning. You know he can jump into action and kick some serious butt at any minute, but first he must flirt with the ladies. This opening seems to make a successful case for ol' Vinnie as the next 007. Unfortunately, this is not a Vinnie Jones show and after a rather tedious shootout, Jones disappears from the movie all together.

Hijacked is a routine, merely adequate action vehicle for Expendables star Randy Couture. Incompetently Directed by Brandon Nutt, this Nutt seemed to believe in the film's merits as he co-produced as well. Couture, the Washington state born former UFC superstar turned action hero makes a go at his first starring role, I wish I could say he is the next great action star, but I just can't. He is stiff and lacking the essential charisma for that, he has an unkempt look reminisce of Jason Statham, but is lacking the Stath's virtues. Here, Couture is easily over shadowed by his more experience co-star Dominick Purcell, who gives the film`s best performance.

The story is familiar, the plotting strictly by the numbers. The production at least looks good, the first part of the picture is set in Paris, so we get some better than expected locations, not the far too common ugly grays of Eastern Europe, which is cheap to film in. Most of the story takes place on an airplane though, this will make many viewers aware of superior actioners of the past such as Air Force One and Executive Decision. Not too much on the action front either as we much wade through nearly half the movie for it to really get going, then it precedes to take silly turns with lots of gunfire on the airplane.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Okeefe on August 20, 2012
Format: DVD
All special agent Paul Ross (Randy Coulture) wants to do is to win back his ex-fiancé, but his plans are sadly thrawrted when his love is on a mammoth plane that's been hijacked (hence the genius name of this film) by terrorists, which makes his day that much worse as he had been suspended earlier that day.

While not nearly as bad as some of the reviews that I've read, it's not a particularly good film either. The action scenes are all right, it's just that it's plot is devoid of any originality and is hopelessly derivative which draws comparisons to similar terrorists on a plane films that this movie can't help but not fair well to. The acting is also not one of its stronger.points. All said, the movie while watchable is a bit forgettable.
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