Abduction

(PG-13) ★★☆☆☆

Taylor Lautner is Nathan, a teen who finds himself on the run when enemy agents attack his home and the people he knew as his parents aren’t who they say they are. A class project with his neighbor (Lily Collins) leads them to an online photo of toddler Nathan, reported as a missing child. In digging further, they trigger revelations about Nathan’s past and a desperate escape that sends boy and girl on the lam, with no idea of who is after them or whom they can trust.

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