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Taken Back: Finding Haley (2012)

Unable to get over the abduction of her daughter, a mother is convinced she has finally found her, but is she simply a mother obsessed?

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During a day out with her daughter to a carnival, a photographer looks away for a moment to find her daughter missing. Knowing she is alive, this mother risks everything including her sanity to find her missing child. Having endured doubt and pity from everyone, this well deserved happily ever after brings tears and heart ache. In the end, paranoid is not paranoid if they are out to get you; but which woman is really the crazy one? You will not know until the end. Written by A Viewer

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After years of searching a mother is convinced she has found her daughter living with another couple.


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11 August 2012 (USA)  »

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12 ans sans ma fille  »

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Predictable & not worth watching.
22 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched this because of the actors in it, particularly Amanda Tapping. I expected a twist, something other than being completely predictable in a boring way. But there wasn't any twist. All the adult characters came off as irresponsible and not believable. It wasn't even a good treatment on the subject of child abduction compared to movies like "The Face on the Milk Carton." It also didn't give background on any of the major characters on what had happened to them in the last decade. It just plopped the characters on screen with no explanation as to why they were friends, why they had the jobs they did, etc. Not any real character development at all. And at the end of it, I liked the characters that the movie portrayed as bad, and couldn't stand the ones they portrayed as good. Moira Kelly I didn't think was believable in her role at all. All in all it was a waste of two hours of my time.


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