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Five years ago, Prieto oversaw an ultra-swanky remake of Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Pusher,” all neon lights and self-conscious camera moves, that looked the way the 1996 Danish crime film might had Refn made it today.By comparison, “Kidnap” might as well be an Italian neorealist film.

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But assuming she actually manages to catch the Mustang, what does she hope to do then?Still, it’s undeniably more engaging to watch an almost real-time account of a mother fighting to get back her son than it is to ponder the conditions under which such a child might disappear unobserved. How lucky that Karla was there to see the green Mustang leaving the park! Production: An Aviron Pictures release, presented in association with Lotus Entertainment, Ingenious Media, of a di B Pictures, Lotus Entertainment, 606 Films, Gold Star Films, Well Go USA, Rumble Entertainment production. And how unlucky for its drivers that they took the wrong kid. Producers: Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Erik Howsam, Joey Tufaro, Gregory Chou, Halle Berry, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas. Film Review: ' Kidnap' Reviewed at Pacific Theaters at the Grove, Los Angeles, Aug. Executive producers: Bill Johnson, Jim Seibel, Ara Keshishian, D. Gugenheim, Doris Pfardrescher, Mike Drake, Todd Trosclair, Knate Lee, Colin Bates, David Dinerstein, Jason Resnick, William Sadler.

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