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Jack is a divorced, ex CIA agent, living in his disabled father's home (Jeff the Drunk from the Howard Stern Show), His daughter Sharon, wants to become an actress and needs her father's signature permission to fly to Hollywood for Black Casting Couch Auditions, where she eventually gets kidnapped by ISIS. They Kidnapped the Wrong Daughter, as her father Jack, possesses a particular set of skills.
All those movie rip-offs and still no logical sense
Absolutely awful. This movie rips off scenes and plot from various movies (mostly "Taken"), but ends up being a jumbled nonsensical mess. It just seems like an hour long trailer. I've categorized the different ways this movie killed itself.
RIP-OFF: From the very beginning a shot which is obviously copied from the wood-chopping intro to "Commando", you can sense that you're in for an hour of cr@p.
TIMELINE: The editor doesn't seem to know what chronological order means.The timeline of this movie jumps back and forth more than your brain can keep track of. At first they try to let you know where in the timeline you are by captions like "2 weeks from now", and "2 days before kidnapping".... but after a while they seem to give up. You'll be shown shots of girls being kidnapped, then the same girls auditioning for a calendar, then trying to escape, then being "introduced", then being operated on, then taking photos at photoshoot...and it goes on leaving you with a feeling of "wtf is happening?"
NARRATION: Narration by two different guys, very random and don't match the scene, and they same the same things over and over again, like "I'd do anything for my daughter", "he'd do anything for his daughter", "born into mafia". After a while the random phrases just turn into random words, and seem to talk about events that happened 30 mins earlier in the movie, but as if they just occurred ("she was excited to se the keys, but didn't realize how much she hurt her father".
STEREOTYPES: OK so every middle-easterner wears literally towels on their heads which are timber clamped to the back of their heads (i sh1t you not), sells bodyparts, slaves and is a threat to national security.
FACTUAL ERRORS: So despite the writer/director being Russian, he assumes that KGB and Russian mob, and CIA are all the same thing, and the lead character is or was in all of them.
....there's more to come, but I've only seen 40 mins of the movie.
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