If you ever find yourself kidnapped by a serial killer intent on impregnating you and starting a family, you better hope that the cop on the case to find you isn’t John Cusack because he will suck at doing so. In the psychological thriller The Factory, Cusack demonstrates the reasons why he should stay away from serious films and why he’s definitely a better actor than a hard-nose detective.
The Factory follows Detective Mike Fletcher (Cusack) as he and his partner Kelsey (Jennifer Carpenter) search for the person responsible for the mysterious disappearances of prostitutes throughout Buffalo. Just as the case gets shut down by the department due to lack of evidence, Fletcher’s rebellious young daughter, played by Mae Whitman, is kidnapped by the same person Fletcher is hell-bent on finding.
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