Trapped (2002)

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Trapped (2002)

Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller
6 / 10
Release Date
20 September 2002
1 : 46 minutes
Spoken Language
When their daughter is kidnapped by experienced nappers (Bacon and Love), the Jennings' (Theron and Townsend) turn the tables on this seemingly foolproof plan.

Cast Overview :

Karen Jennings
by: Charlize Theron
Joe Hickey
by: Kevin Bacon
Cheryl Hickey
by: Courtney Love
William "Will" Jennings
by: Stuart Townsend
Abigail "Abby" Jennings
by: Dakota Fanning
by: Pruitt Taylor Vince
Joan Evans
by: Colleen Camp
Hank Ferris
by: Steve Rankin
Agent Chalmers
by: Garry Chalk
Mary McDill
by: Jodie Markell
Peter McDill
by: Matt Koby
Dr. Stein
by: Gerry Becker
by: Andrew Airlie
Hotel Operator
by: Randi Lynne
Gray Davidson
by: J.B. Bivens

Member Reviews :

Clap Trap. Trapped is directed by Luis Mandoki and written by Greg Iles. It stars Charlize Theron, Kevin Bacon, Courtney Love, Stuart Townsend, Pruitt Taylor Vince and Dakota Fanning. Music is by John Ottman and cinematography is by Frederick Elmes. Based on Iles’ book 24 Hours, Trapped aspires to be a potent kidnap thriller, an attempt to use the kidnapping of a young girl as some sort of edge of the seat entertainment, sadly it’s poorly constructed and quite frankly ill advised. A fine cast has assembled for the picture, but nobody distinguishes themselves as they try to make the generic and idiotic material work. On the atmosphere side of the fence things aren’t half bad, there’s a grim and grubby feel to proceedings, but Mandoki consistently ruins each passage of promise with cack-handed convolutions, which when the core plot device is a dumb drug set-up, only makes the feeble efforts of making a twisty thriller even more laughable. The crowning glory of the latter being the finale, which is ludicrous. 2/10 with young Fanning the only one coming out of it with any credit.
  John Chard