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Kidnap Me (2017)

A couple book a role play kidnap experience, only to get nabbed by a pair of dimwitted gangsters.


Ross Aitken (co-director), James Browning (co-director)
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Credited cast:
Daniel Curshen Daniel Curshen ... Ben
Genna Foden Genna Foden ... Charlie
Ross F. Sutherland Ross F. Sutherland ... Bert
Ray Whelan ... Ernie
Tom Bonington Tom Bonington ... The Boss
Carl Russell Carl Russell ... Ben's Boss
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lisa Coward Lisa Coward ... Malcolm's Wife
Marie Everett ... Michelle
Steven Mortimer Steven Mortimer ... Henry
Jodyanne Richardson ... Jasmine


Ben and Charlie are stuck in a rut: He likes the quiet life and she'll do anything to close a deal. Their efforts to stay together take them from swingers parties to dogging parks but not even spanking will do the trick. So what do they do? Ben has one last roll of the dice, and he books a luxury kidnap experience for Charlie's birthday. Picked up, trussed up and taken hostage as planned, the two settle in for a night of latex, spandex and Durex. But who are these amateurs in balaclavas? What's that smell? And why the hell won't they get with the spanking? Written by Ross Aitken

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Comedy | Crime | Romance

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What the future holds?
15 November 2020 | by Angry_SantaSee all my reviews

A young couple who've both grown up watching way too much US-made daytime television find themselves not knowing how to even interact with each other, let alone pleasure each other in the bedroom.

Sadly, for a story which had so much potential, the script and entire movie were a severe let-down. For the most part, we just see the protagonists huffing and puffing - and not from sexual excitement. The Little Engine that Could had more success in getting its steam up.

If you're a millennial who uses their 'phone as a life support system, this movie might be enjoyable for you - but if you've ever actually interacted face-to-face with real people, you'll be frustrated beyond belief with this go-nowhere production.

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Release Date:

29 September 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Production Co:

Ikonic Films See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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