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HostageAfter one of his hostage negotiations goes awry, LAPD officer Jeff Talley quits the force and relocates his family to the suburbs. There, he must save the lives of a family held hostage, which draws him into a much more dangerous situation.
Actors of "Hostage"
Characters of "Hostage"
Directors of "Hostage"Florent-Emilio SiriBirthdate: 2 March 1965
Creators of "Hostage"Robert CraisBirthdate: 20 June 1953, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USADoug Richardson
Critic Reviews of "Hostage"New York ObserverMarch 17, 2005
Hostage is all the pulp thriller Bruce Willis movies you've seen before.Ebert & RoeperMarch 14, 2005
I thought, this is going to be a first-rate thriller, nobody plays that kind of character better than Bruce Willis, he's great at that. And then it just gets more and more complicated and more and more ridiculous.Rolling StoneMarch 11, 2005
A tired formula.SlateMarch 11, 2005
Speaking of torture, if you dig it, by all means lock yourself up for two hours with Hostage, which begins by administering electric shocks to your viscera and keeps upping the voltage.Denver PostMarch 11, 2005
For action movie fans who require just a touch of depth and mystery between gunshots, Hostage could make for a satisfying night at the movies.Old School ReviewsOctober 15, 2012
you've seen this movie beforeCommon Sense MediaDecember 24, 2010
Very violent hostage drama.ColeSmithey.comApril 18, 2009
This is one movie that would be incomplete without a soda, some popcorn, and a box of chocolate covered something.eFilmCritic.comSeptember 24, 2007
Reasonably competent and breathlessly paced.Long Island PressMarch 23, 2007
Mostly a nerve jangling thriller, but you know there's something not quite right about a movie when you're wondering more about why such a plush mansion on fire doesn't have a better sprinkler system.Christianity TodaySeptember 25, 2006
It revels in a sort of operatic vulgarity. And once the story exhausts its over-the-top cheesiness, there are still a few loose ends to tie up, and so the film drags on.
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