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Stolen Movie Trailer

Stolen Stolen Movie Trailer

Stolen Movie Trailer

Stolen is an upcoming movie which features Nicolas Cage as he teams up with director Simon West again since Con Air. Stolen is a fast paced action thriller that is set during the Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Nicolas Cage plays the character of Will Montgomery, a master thief who was caught and sent to prison for 8 years when he was double crossed on a heist. When Montgomery gets out of jail, he tries his best to leave the past behind and try to develop a relationship with his daughter Allison (played by Sami Gayle). But then his daughter is kidnapped by his previous crime partner, Vincent (Josh Lucas) who thinks that he stashed away $10 million in bonds and wants it as a ransom. He now must team up with his old partner Riley (played by Malin Akerman) to devise a clever heist to save his daughter. Let’s take a look at an article on this upcoming movie “Stolen”

Stolen: An Upcoming Movie Reunites Nicolas Cage and Director Simon West

Like any successful distribution label should, Millennium Entertainment has accrued an instantly recognizable strain of action film with which their brand is linked, so when their logo pops up the trailer for their latest release “Stolen” — and Jason Statham, Cuba Gooding Jr., or Clive Owen is nowhere in sight — naturally there’s only Nicolas Cage left to deliver the goods.

Written by David Guggenheim (“Safe House”), and directed by Simon West (marking a reunion with Cage after “Con Air”), the film at least had the makings of a decent thriller in its veins. However, from the opening moments of the trailer — featuring a former thief Cage emerging from prison (looking painfully serious) only to find his estranged daughter kidnapped by his old partner (Josh Lucas) — it looks like the under-lit, throw-away actioner that tax-credit friendly New Orleans filmmaking tends to exhibit on its worst days. In the villain role, wearing a ridiculous wig and rotten teeth, Lucas clashes hard with Malin Akerman and Danny Hustonin standard girlfriend and cop roles, and seems to be trying to cover Cage’s usual tics of madness in the actor’s place. As Cage’s daughter, Sami Gayle (who put a fantastic performance in with Tony Kaye’s “Detachment”) looks to be the emotional center and a worthy addition, but even her presence can’t raise the film to anywhere near full-ticket-price level.

It’s a bit surprising “Stolen” is even hitting theatres, when VOD returns for action films like Mel Gibson’s “Get The Gringo” have pulled in favorable numbers for everyone, but if the thought of catching perhaps the one scene where Cage does a wacky line reading or gesture entertains, “Stolen” opens on September 14th.”

The original article can be seen at Indiewire.com


Stolen will be shown in theatres on September 14th 2012 and will feature an action packed story that promises audiences a grand time. Stolen features the actors: Nicolas Cage, Malin Akerman, Sami Gayle, Danny Huston, M.C. Gainey and Josh Lucas.


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Charmaine Blake loves movies, musical theater listening to music and taking pictures of anything that she finds interesting. She is a voracious reader and writer, and enjoys her time writing for New Movie Launches. Charmaine loves spending time with her pets and currently has a Siberian Husky, a toy poodle and a cat.
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