About the film: Will Shaw's family is kidnapped on a vacation to Spain. He's left with only hours to find them, uncover a government conspiracy and the connection between their disappearance and his father's secrets.
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, and language.
Oct. 28, 2008:
Project announced. Writer: Scott Wiper and John Petro
Mar. 15, 2010:
Director: Mabrouk El Mechri, Writer: Richard Price (rewrite)
Aug. 2, 2010:
Cast: Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver (in talks)
May 5, 2011:
Release Date: April 6, 2012
Box Office: Opening weekend: $1.83 mil. (1511 theaters) |
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Gabriela – napuvSSAyQc
June 08, 2012 - 14:14
LaissezFaireAll dit :I just read your review on The Cold Light of Day . You say: the main young actor Henry Cavill prevos to be nothing more than just a pretty face . Don't you think this is a cruel and unfair thing to say, given the not-so-good (to put it politely) script and direction of this film? Do you mean that as a general opinion on HC's acting abilities or as a remark on his acting in this particular film, due to script/direction? I think Henry did the best that could be done with what was given to him.VA:F [1.9.15_1155]please wait...