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2h 33m
Drama, Thriller, Crime
Keller Dover faces a parent's worst nightmare when his 6-year-old daughter, Anna, and her friend go missing. The only lead is an old motorhome that had been parked on their street. The head of the investigation, Detective Loki, arrests the driver, but a lack of evidence forces Loki to release his only suspect. Dover, knowing that his daughter's life is at stake, decides that he has no choice but to take matters into his own hands.
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Hugh Jackman
Keller Dover
Jake Gyllenhaal
Detective Loki
Terrence Howard
Franklin Birch
Viola Davis
Nancy Birch
Maria Bello
Grace Dover
Paul Dano
Alex Jones
Melissa Leo
Holly Jones
Dylan Minnette
Ralph Dover
Joy Birch
Zo Soul
Eliza Birch
Wayne Duvall
Captain Richard O'Malley
Len Cariou
Father Patrick Dunn
Anthony Reynolds
Officer Wedge
Brad James
Officer Carter
Victoria Staley
Check Out Girl
Robert C Treveiler
Forensics Guy
Todd Truley
Detective Chemelinski
Brian Daye
Desk Sergeant
Alisa Harris
Police Clerk
Jeff Pope
Sex Offender
Rodrick Goins
Sex Offender
Directed By: Denis Villeneuve
Written By: Aaron Guzikowski

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luansilvainfrs says...
8 years ago
Halfway through the movie I was already blinking like detective Loki.
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Jozvex says...
10 years ago
Thoroughly enjoyed this movie! Good suspense, acting, plot etc. Highly recommended.
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FinFan says...
10 years ago
Beside the acting I can't find nothing special about this movie. Yes, the story is interesting but the movie moves so slowly that in the end it felt like a five hour piece.
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Acoucalancha says...
one year ago
Dark, disturbing, philosophical, ethical, complex. **Prisoners** is the ultimate test of faith, morality and what it takes to put these aside in order to save someone. A frightening look into the prisons people find themselves in, in order to cope with, or reject these circumstances. A warning that taking matters into your own hands isn't always the best way to go about it. Creates a fascinating character study mixed with a conventional detective story, constantly making you question and look for hints. Stellar performance from Jake Gyllenhaal and especially Hugh Jackman who's at his absolute best. The pacing isn't it's best quality and the movie feels overlong. Perfect tone and direction. The tension never lets go until the end. Loved the constant raining and dampness throughout it really creates gloom. One of, if not the best dark crime thriller. A perfectly constructed puzzle with so many twists and turns and an experience that leaves you thinking.
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Featured User Reviews

CONTAINS SPOILERS2/10  11 years ago
I found this to be a disappointing movie. I understand everything in PedroPT's post, but it still seems to me that the religious themes are very superficial.. often obnoxious. The snakes & mazes were especially gimmicky.

All of the characters behaved in reckless and absurd ways. Loki let More
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CONTAINS SPOILERS7/10  6 years ago
There was so much about this film that I *wanted* to review favourably, but after 2.5 hours its weaknesses became irritating to a distracting extent.

The obvious comparison here has to be Se7en - but where Se7en makes successful commitments in tone and character, Prisoners tries to walk a line tha More
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CONTAINS SPOILERS8/10  11 years ago
Villains explained :

That man in the basement it was Holly's husband. Loki asked the priest how the man got down there and the priest said that he came to him to confess about kidnapping and killing kids over the past 20 something years. He said they had kidnapped and murdered 16 children and h More
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one year ago
Prisoners is a largely generic revenge / suspense / mystery "they have my kid" tale with a predictable plot that gives itself away too early. No attempt at realism, this is Scooby-Doo style investigation - lie detectors are treated seriously, "bad guys" are largely 1-dimensional with poorly explaine More
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