Starring: Halle Berry, Sage Correa, Lew Temple, Chris McGinn, Christopher Berry

Action thriller directed by Luis Prieto and the movie centers on Karla McCoy (Halle Berry), a mother who lives a perfect life with her son Frankie (Sage Correa). However, upon entering the park one day, Karla finds Frankie suddenly abducted. To save Frankie Karla will stop at nothing to rescue him and goes out on a mission to demand people in the city to find her son.


Best Quotes from Trailer:


[playing a game with her son in the park]
Karla McCoy: Marco…
Frankie McCoy: Polo.
Karla McCoy: Marco…
Frankie McCoy: Polo…
[we see Frankie running off]
Karla McCoy: Marco… Marco…
[seeing Frankie doesn’t reply, she calls out his name with worry]
Karla McCoy: Frankie?
[Karla then notices Frankie’s toy on a park bench]
Karla McCoy: Frank! Are you hiding, Frankie?


[to the people in the park]
Karla McCoy: Has anybody seen a little boy with short curly hair?
Woman: What’s he wearing?
[Karla then notices Frankie being dragged away be someone in the parking lot]


[Karla runs towards the green car that Frankie was taken into]
Karla McCoy: Frankie! They’ve got my son! Help me!
[as she runs after the car we see her phone has dropped out of her bag]


[Karla gets in her car to drive after the car, she goes to look for her phone]
Karla McCoy: Where the hell is my phone? Oh, God! Don’t hurt him!


[as a cop on a bike gets near her car]
Karla McCoy: Help me! They’ve got my son!
[the green car suddenly arrives and crashes into the cop]


[Karla enters the police station]
Karla McCoy: My son’s been kidnapped.
Deputy Sheriff: If you wait here with me, ma’am, we’ll file a report right  now.


[as she waits in the police station she notices the posers of the still missing children]
Karla McCoy: That’s what all these people did. They waited.
[she suddenly gets out of the station, gets in her car and drives off to look for the kidnapper]
Karla McCoy: Let me tell you something, as long as my son is in that car, I will not stop. Wherever you go I will be right behind you.


Karla McCoy: You took the wrong kid!


Kidnap is set for release in the US December 2nd.



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