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Stolen Trailer Online
Nic Cage has to find his daughter

19 August 2012  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Yahoo

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You are Will Montgomery, a master thief who gets double-crossed on a heist gone awry. After eight years, you’re released from prison, only to discover that your disgruntled former partner has kidnapped your daughter in a taxicab and is holding her for ransom to get his cut of the original robbery’s haul. What do you do? Since you’re played by Nicolas Cage, you shout a lot, run a lot and punch people while looking like someone poisoned your dog. Check out the trailer for Stolen below, available thanks to the good people at Yahoo.

Yes, it really does look like a big ol' Cage action thriller, with Malin Akerman as the love interest and Josh Lucas channelling Kurt Cobain for his stringy blond look. Despite Expendables 2 director Simon West calling the shots, this one was completed (and called Medallion) back in 2011 and has sat waiting for release ever since, which is rarely a good sign.

It’s set to arrive in US cinemas on September 14, with little fanfare besides this promo. There’s no word on a UK release yet.


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brilliant
listen to the way the voiceover guy says "Caaaaage"! Film looks awful More

Posted by rigsterblaster at 09:32 on 21 August 2012 | Report This Post

Nic Cage crap
Sounds like they are trying to cash in on the success of taken and not even having the guts to hide it that well with the rip off name of Stolen. Nic cage is crap and not a reasonable substitute for Liam Neeson More

Posted by CambiMan at 23:06 on 20 August 2012 | Report This Post

What do you get...
...if you cross Taken with Gone In 60 Seconds where you replace cars with cash and Liam Neeson with Nic Cage and the title with Stolen? More

Posted by bradthunder at 19:03 on 20 August 2012 | Report This Post

Straight to DVD
How the hell has this got a release?I was bored by the trailer. More formulaic Cage nonsense. When he says he's running out of time, is he talking about his career? More

Posted by TOPOI at 15:24 on 20 August 2012 | Report This Post

VoiceOver
Bad sign, bad VoiceOver , looks like another mediocre cage special to match revenge, next, bangkok dangerous...... Etc. looks like expendables 3 might fit nicely. More

Posted by mclane1 at 11:52 on 20 August 2012 | Report This Post

voiceover???
been a while since i heard a voice over do more than say the title of a film... made it seem like a 90s b movie More

Posted by andytd at 09:34 on 20 August 2012 | Report This Post

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