An American man, played by Jim Caviezel, is kidnapped after a friend invites him to Cairo to speak out about recent militant uprisings. His wife heads to the city after hearing the news, determined to get him back.
An outspoken American journalist, Jim Caviezel, is kidnapped by the Iranian regime while giving talks in Cairo, Egypt. He is then taken to the Middle East and put on trial for erroneous charges. His wife, a State Department official, tries to use her influence to get the American government involved so that they get her husband back. But she soon realizes that the American government will not get involved. So, she is forced to go to the Middle East to search for him by herself.Written by
As Ramzi is dying Doug leans over and holds Ramzi. Ramzi dies with his eyes open, Doug uses his hand to close Ramzi's eyes but the actor closes his eyes before Doug's hand touches his eye lids. See more »
[preparing the firing squad]
Repent, brother. Accept Allah's words, and proclaim Muhammad as his messenger.
Should've spoken to you more about martyrdom. If I had, you'd be laughing at these fuckers.
[pointing at the executioners]
You'd be saying, "Through you, I gain entrance into paradise." We're not afraid to die. That's why we're gonna win.
I'm not afraid, either. Do your job.
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I love these type of movies so I couldn't wait to watch this . The cinematography was good and I liked the locations , the characters seemed believable. A small plot twist, the ending seemed rushed and far fetched. A lot of the stunt work and fight / chase sequences could be better. Overall not a bad movie to pass some time, but I wouldn't watch it again.
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