Extortion

Extortion

By Phil Volken

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Release Date: 2017-06-20
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 49min
  • Director: Phil Volken
  • Production Company: Filmmuse Productions
  • Production Country: Puerto Rico, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 3.49
7/10
7
From 25 Ratings

Description

When a boating joyride during their Caribbean vacation takes a disastrous turn, a doctor, his wife and their six year old son find themselves stranded on a deserted island, isolated and alone, without food or water. They are finally discovered by two local fishermen after a few days but their salvation soon becomes a living nightmare when the fishermen abduct the mother and son and demand a ransom for their safe return. Now a desperate father must race against the clock to track down the kidnappers and save his family.

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Reviews

  • The right ingredients.

    5
    By MG 57
    This is a really good film with plenty of twists, turns and suspense to keep you interested right until the end. Great cast, believable acting and some amazing locations all spice this up to be a great edge of the seat thriller. I would highly recommend this film.
  • Really good

    4
    By Dsfleet1
    Tense and gripping. You won't be disappointed!holiday from hell!
  • Well worth a watch

    5
    By Toad4749
    This was seriously tense and gripping. Felt very real and was moving at times. Would def recommend!
  • Decent thriller

    4
    By SJK91
    Decent thriller for an evening in. Held my attention well.
  • Barkhad is Brilliant!

    4
    By limerick90
    Great film, good to see Barkhad Abdi back on our screens.
  • Edge-of-your-seat thriller!

    5
    By marty_81
    High-octane, harrowing thriller with a great cast.
  • Really good

    4
    By pinky_blue
    I enjoyed this one, particularly Danny Glover's role.
  • Edge of the seat

    4
    By londonmoviefan26
    Completely gripped by this 'what if' scenario of when a dream holiday goes badly wrong. The performances are excellent and the film felt believable and current. Worth a watch

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