Summit Entertainment, Intrepid Pictures, Galavis Film

Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver, Oscar Jaenada, Caroline Goodall, Rafi Gavron, Joseph Mawle, Shira Scott, Jim Piddock, Emma Hamilton, Roschdy Zem, Verónica Echegui

Will (Henry Cavill) is a high pressure Wall Street investor, but he’s on a vacation with the whole family in Spain. Will and his Dad, Martin (Bruce Willis) butt heads constantly and have a hard time seeing eye to eye. Will leaves the family yacht to run a few errands, but when he returns he finds the yacht missing along with his family. There’s a mystery that his Dad seems in the middle of, and something about a missing briefcase in this exciting thriller.

This film disappointed me quite a bit. I saw the actors and expected a decent action film, but this was kind of a ripoff of “Taken”. But Bruce Willis is no Liam Neeson, and Henry Cavill, as Will, wanders around doing lots of action, but seeming totally lost and wondering what’s going on most of the time. So there is no real bad ass character, and most of what happens is luck. Sigourney Weaver’s character is totally screwed up. I have no idea what she’s really trying to do. Mostly a mish-mash, it’s not a horrible story, but it’s not that great. That’s probably why you’ve never heard of this one. I sometimes find a hidden gem out there in these obscure films, but this one is obscure for good reason. Bruce Willis is probably the best performance of the film, but it doesn’t last very long. As soon as his part is over, there’s not much going on from that point on. Unless you’re a die hard Bruce Willis fan, or a just an action-thriller junkie, skip this one.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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