Single mother Karla McCoy lives a perfect life with her young son Frankie. One day, upon entering a local park, Karla sees her son suddenly being abducted out of the blue by a kidnapper. To save Frankie from being taken, Karla goes out on a mission to demand people in the city to help rescue her son.
|Release Date||:||August 4, 2017|
|Production Company||:||Ingenious Media, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Gold Star Films, Lotus Entertainment (I), 606 Films, Well Go USA Entertainment, Rumble Entertainment|
|Production Countries||:||United Kingdom, United States of America|
|Director||:||Luis Prieto, Nicole Garcea, Alexander B. Hill|
|Casts||:||Halle Berry, Sage Correa, Chris McGinn, Lew Temple, Jason George, Christopher Berry, Arron Shiver, Kurtis Bedford, Dana Gourrier, Carmella Riley, Kristin McKenzie, Ritchie Montgomery, Kurt Krause, Lucky Johnson, Michelle DeVito, Molly Conarro, Malea Rose, Patrick Kearns, Erica Curtis, Kerry Sims, Andy Wagner, Brice Fisher, Jennie Ventriss, Timothy Fannon|
|Plot Keywords||:||mother, single parent, waitress, kidnapping, strong woman, louisiana, chase, police, car crash, car accident, single mother, park, car chase, mother son relationship, child kidnapping, abduction, minivan|
This was so bad that I logged into IMDb to learn who was responsible for this rubbish posing as a movie. It was Luis Prieto and I will make very sure that I never bother with anything that he is associated with in the future. Beginning with the ludicrously over-long series of images of babies that bored me and imagine many others, it morphed into rambling and unnecessary nonsense that added nothing to the plot. I suffered through another thirty minutes or so hoping for improvement then turned the movie off in disgust. It lacks coherence, logic, a basic plot, and skill with imagery. BORING INANE BANAL are descriptors that jump to mind.