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The movie starts with a terrific and chilling segment that has almost no relationship to the rest of the film. Soon, however, we are introduced to Jaime and Marta--an affluent couple moving into a new suburban estate with their teenage daughter. Fernando Cayo is excellent as the harried father, and Ana Wagener is quite effective as the stressed-out mother. The family is experiencing typical middle class woes. Daughter Isa (Manuela Velles) wants to go out with friends, mama wants a family celebration. In the midst of routine family discord, however, all heck breaks loose as three men storm the home. Motivated by money, one of the intruders take Jaime off to empty ATM accounts while the other two stand watch over the women. Before the night is through, the tension and violence continues to escalate.Read more ›
The further you get into the film the more you get immersed into the story,it's as if you are there.Brilliant camera angles and infectious acting take it even further up the Indie film chain.
The ending of this movie left me breathless and truly shocked.It wasn't a gore fest but there are some very very brutal and gory scenes one in particular that will stay with you for quite some time.I say buy it because it is a film you can watch again.
The intruders are like many we have seen in films such as this before.
The good one ,who wants no bloodshed,the sociopath that of course could care less and the middle man who is neither here nor there just being part of the team,somehow this manages to do it better than most.
Amazing genre piece.
What if there is a movie that is so normal and you have seen this kind of story so many times that you almost feel like you want to just watch it just because you think the story is not bad, the acting is not bad, the tenstion is there, I've watched the half already. And then bam !!!!!
The ending, never forgettable ending that makes you so so shocking that you cannot forger forever in your life and you hail the director for it and you think that this guy is a genious although it is not original and I'm sure he is a bit out of his mind but then again with the good music on the background, everything is forgettable. And plus, above all the movie was steady enough to sustain the finale. And you know, you will never forget the ending anyway no matter what you say.
No one will run away but to say OH MY GOD WHAT HAVE I JUST WATCHED?
KIDNAPPED is a movie not tells a story based on the point of view of the victim but maybe more on the attacker's side. Who won? If I have to say> The attacker.
I just can't erase the ending.
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Probably a good movie, but I found it so unpleasant that I stopped watching after a few minutes.Published 14 months ago by steamduck43
Intense and honest in story making. A film that is very strong, but in the end is very well worth the journey it took me on.Published 15 months ago by Russell C. Peterson
I watched this movie on netflix because I heard it was good.
I was a bit disappointed that my only option to watch the movie was an English dub. Read more
I can't say that I found this movie interesting but just depressing. The whole movie the family doesn't fight back, but the last 10 minutes of the movie the family loses their will... Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by kind kindle fun
Spanish thriller about a home invasion. There is an English dubbed version along with English subtitles available. Intense film. Package arrived on time and in great condition.Published on December 30, 2012 by Jeff Parks
This movie began with unlimited potential, and every time the punches are pulled - and there are several - the Director slams you in the face...and hard. Read morePublished on July 24, 2012 by Vozzo13
In a Spanish thriller "Kidnapped" (original title "Secuestrados"), an ordinary middle-to-upper class family - a married couple and their teenage daughter - is attacked and taken... Read morePublished on February 9, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Ever since "Funny Games" came along, movie audiences no longer want mere suspense; they want sick dread or else they're disappointed. Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by Quilty