ABDUCTION: The town of Process is located somewhere in rural New Jersey. It's been in existence for over 100 years, although it's not on any known map. It's a nice place to visit, with ... See full summary »
ABDUCTION: The town of Process is located somewhere in rural New Jersey. It's been in existence for over 100 years, although it's not on any known map. It's a nice place to visit, with lovely shops and friendly people. That is unless you are single, young, healthy and good looking! It's even worse if you are a female of childbearing age. The town has a very lucrative underground and Internet business specializing in selling human organs for transplant, selling babies to loving couples who are barren and auctioning young women into sex slavery. They also have specialty shops which do a brisk business in antiques, leather crafts, custom wigs and used automobiles. The town's patriarch, Jacob, is in control of everything and rules the town with his nephew, Johnny, that is until they kidnap the wrong girl. Unbeknownst to Jacob and his followers, they kidnap a popular, well not popular in the United States yet, Brazilian Hip Hop Star named Bella. What follows is their attempt to dispose of ... Written by
I've watched a couple thousand movies in my lifetime, enjoying even the cheesy movies that are churned out.
This movie, though, is one of the few movies to ever leave a lasting impression and not in the good way. There's the poor cinematography, poor lighting, and plot that could have been good, if not for the horrific acting. Abduction has excellent cover art and that is where the excellence ends. The movie is so dull, I had trouble staying focused within the first ten minutes of it beginning. The acting is horrendous, wooden, and it seems as if lines were thrown in, just to help ease the pain of the awkward pauses of conversations. There are gratuitous scenes of bound and topless girls, but if that's what you want, you're much better off finding other stuff on the internet.
This movie is just so, so bad I'm having difficulty finding words to describe it. There are better low-budget films out there!
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