Starring: Mel Gibson, Rene Russo, Brawley Nolte, Gary Sinise, Delroy Lindo, Lili Taylor, Liev Schreiber, Donnie Wahlberg, Nancy Tikotin Michael Geston, Paul Guilfoyle, Jose Zuniga, Dan Hedaya, Mike Hodge, John Short, Evan Handler
In a prosperous owner of the airline (Gibson) is kidnapped son and demand a ransom of $ 2 million. We see all the time, and kidnappers, and ridden with fear and anxiety of parents. Gibson at the insistence of his wife reported the kidnapping of the FBI, and the viewer sees written out in detail the work of professionals in contact with his father. It turns out that in the past, Gibson was a black spot - he gave a bribe at the time, and escaped the prison, where the other person was. I will not tell the intricacies of the plot, about who was behind the kidnapping, and why it was chosen Gibson. I can only say that this looks very intelligent thriller with great interest - however, it is unlikely the author of "Braveheart" would act in any nonsense. Particularly impressive is the plot device when a desperate father on national television announces 2 million. Dollars per head kidnapper, dead or alive.