Summary: John Singleton's ABDUCTION is the type of movie not seen as often nowadays as in the past: the action star vehicle. These films, which seemed to come in an endless supply during the 1980s action star heyday, usually exist for no other reason than to promote their leading man (or occasionally woman) and their often dubious talents.
Summary: I am your typically teenager and went into the film mainly just to look at Taylor Lautner but instead I spent the whole movie laughing. It is possibly the funniest movie I have ever seen...the dialogue is terrible and the acting is no better and the film really made no sense. I found it hilarious and I'm sure many other teenagers would be caught up in Taylor Lautner just like I had thought that I would be but if you aren't a teenager there is a good chance that you will...
Summary: I am a teen male who has watched both the Bourne movies and the Twilight movies, and I loved this film deeply. I admired the attention to detail and how there weren't any major plot inconsistencies. It is also refreshing to see this sort of action film do justice to the spec ops culture around it and incorporate a lot of convincing touches. The storyline was very solid and stayed understandable while still being mysterious.
Summary: This was action packed movie and was very good. I was impressed with Taylor Lautner acting and the other actors were really good too. I would recommend this to anyone who liked the Bourne movies.
Conclusion: as the reviewer below said its for fans of this guy thats it , he is no action hero , never will be a bruce willis (die hard) matt damon ( bourne ) or Mel Gibson ( lethal weapon) these are action movie not this , plot is weak , think the directer is aiming action movies for girls for the guys this is not one action movie you will love
Conclusion: This film is so bad, it was hilarious. Ended up seeing it with my girlfriend and her housemates due to the Taylor Lautner aspect. We laughed so much - though all of it was unintentional. The sheer number of cliches and terribly delivered lines in the film makes it seem like the director was making a film-by-numbers and no-one was apart from Taylor Lautner was taking it seriously. Though I really hope he wasn't.