When Jack and Melissa attempt to handle the situation rationally by meeting face-to-face with the father and son, it is immediately apparent that there's something sinister about both of them and that love for Angelina is not the motivation for their actions.
As Angelina's safety hangs in the balance, Jack and Melissa will stop at nothing to protect their child. A horrifying game of intimidation and double crosses begins that quickly becomes a death spiral where absolutely no one is safe. How far would you go to save someone you love?
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By Simone on 27-01-13
Spiralling Out Of Control
It’s all too much.
A couple discovers they have to give up their adopted baby because the birth father did not sign away his parental rights. Interesting premise. Then it all falls apart.
Don’t worry, no spoilers here: The birth father turns out to be a teenager – but not any kind of teenager; a dark brooding teenager. But not any kind of dark brooding teenager; a dark brooding teenager who doesn’t “get along with dogs”, has a suspicious past, has gang ties and is the son of a judge. But not any kind of judge; a super powerful Federal judge. But not any kind of super powerful Federal judge; a sinister super powerful Federal judge with secrets to hide…
The psycho-teen taunts and spooks the family with his strange behaviours, warning them that they had to “keep him happy” or he won’t sign the papers saying things like “I own you now”…
So, the parents decide to “do everything they can to save their child”, start their own investigation and high octane action ensues, twists and turns and murders and intrigue and double crosses…ARGH! ENOUGH! it was just too over-the-top for me.
12 of 12 people found this review helpful
By Kris on 08-11-15
Missing Joe Pickett
The plot was a little hard to swallow. The excess violence was a distraction from the story. Seeing the "good guys" cross the line so many times was disheartening. Sometimes gritty realism is hard to take.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful