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Reclaim (2014)

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A desperate American couple discovers all is not what it seems when they uncover a high-stakes underground scam while traveling abroad. To expose the truth and get back to the U.S., they must risk their lives to save their daughter.


Alan White





Cast overview, first billed only:
John Cusack ... Benjamin
Ryan Phillippe ... Steven
Rachelle Lefevre ... Shannon
Jacki Weaver ... Reigert
Luis Guzmán ... Superintendent
Briana Roy Briana Roy ... Nina
Jandres Burgos ... Salo
Veronica Faye Foo ... Paola
Alex Cintrón Alex Cintrón ... Hotel Manager
Millie Ruperto ... Female Sergeant
Oscar H. Guerrero Oscar H. Guerrero ... Taxi Driver
Reema Sampat ... Interpreter
Isabelle Adriani ... Esmeralda (Bank Teller) (as Isabella Adriani)
Sunshine Logroño ... Mr. Lopez (Bank Manager) (as Emmanuel Logrono)
Sean Taylor Sean Taylor ... Gerry


Chicago artists couple Steven and Shannon travel to Puerto Rico to complete the adoption of Haiti earthquake orphan Nina. They start bonding in a hotel and later resort waiting for the travel documents, but the trauma of a car accident rendering her infertile is rekindled by their weird neighbors, headed by NGO veteran Benjamin and feisty henchman Salo, who picks an even weirder bar fight to beat up staged-drunk Steven. Shortly after, Nina disappears and the San Juan police superintendent concludes it's a scam by a fake adoption agency. While the couple keeps looking desperately for cahoot Nina, Benjamin prepares an even crueler chapter, which bodes ill for all adults. Written by KGF Vissers

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Second movie for Rachel Lefevre and Luis Guzmán also filmed in Puerto Rico. The other being "The Caller" See more »


The man wearing a sunglasses are seen several times: when Steven take off the car to the bank and when he was chased by Salo. See more »

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Adoption Scam
17 March 2015 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Ryan Phillippe and Rachel LeFevre are a pretty well to do yuppie couple who are in Puerto Rico looking to collect a daughter they've adopted who was orphaned from the earthquake in Haiti. It's an adoption agency run by Jacki Weaver and the couple has laid down some heavy bread for their new daughter Briana Roy. Before they leave the little girl up and disappears. Phillippe and LeFevre have been good and had as police lieutenant Luis Guzman tells them.

But the kidnappers are from finished, especially after the head kidnapper John Cusack hears how rich these two are. That was their undoing, they should have cleared out and run with what they had.

Cusack is a particularly nasty piece of work, but he has a lot of problems controlling his henchman Jandres Burgos who has some real management issues. He dislikes Phillippe instantly and he dislikes each and every thing about him, looks, money, beautiful wife.

Reclaim is a film about adoption scams. God knows there's a lot of third world kids out there and a lot of childless parents like Phillippe and LeFevre who can't have children and it's a terrible heartache that real bottom feeders like Cusack and Weaver seek to exploit.

A lot of good location cinematography in Puerto Rico is featured with some nice shots of Old San Juan and the rain forest and beach. The cast is good and the climax is a thriller.

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19 September 2014 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Puerto Rico


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