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Take Me (2017)

Take Me (2017)

Pat HealyTaylor SchillingAlycia DelmoreJim O'Heir
Pat Healy


Take Me (2017) is a English movie. Pat Healy has directed this movie. Pat Healy,Taylor Schilling,Alycia Delmore,Jim O'Heir are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Take Me (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Crime,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Ray is a fledgling entrepreneur who specializes in high-end simulated abductions. He jumps at the chance when a mysterious client contracts him for a weekend kidnapping with a handsome payday at the end. But the job isn't all that it seems.

Take Me (2017) Reviews

  • Good fun original film.


    The story is about Ray who simulates 8 hour kidnappings for paying customers. One customer offers to pay extra to be "kidnapped" for the whole weekend. It goes horribly wrong. I personally thought it was a good film that grabbed my attention from the beginning and held it. There was maybe 15mins that could been cut from it but overall I enjoyed. There was good acting and a bit of an unexpected twist at the end. Its a shame this is on Netflix as had this been an independent film shown in some back alley cinema in New York, then this probably would have been praised for it originality. Overall this film won't change your life but will entertain you for a little bit.

  • Not bad


    Going into the film expecting very little its hard to be let down. i wouldn't say this movie surprised me in any way but i was pleased with my choice to watch it. it had a decent mix of humor and seriousness, a well done production that kept me guessing if i was right in my idea of how it would end up or not. The main actors had a fairly good chemistry and worked well together. If you like little romps that don't take themselves too seriously but aren't at the same type gut busting hilarious than this may be for you. Its worth a watch if your the type that will enjoy a semi decent film despite its minor flaws.

  • Potential laughs on the hostage genre


    "Take Me" is an enjoyable film, mainly for the first 30 minutes of it, after the cat-and-mouse game finishes you will want it to finish itself altogether. It's a good take on the hostage genre that certainly grabs a few laughs while enjoying the great chemistry between Healy and Schilling. The plot revolves around a man who gets paid to kidnap his clients in order to make them forget their vices or in other cases, just for the adrenaline rush and escaping the mundane life. This premise sounds good and it's somewhat put into good use until the kidnapper starts questioning himself, that's where the movie starts going nowhere. I believe it deserves a watch considering it's low runtime and the potential of a couple of laughs as long as you don't go in with high expectations to have your mind blown away.

  • Predictable but easy to watch


    Movie was very predictable and a little strange, but I wasn't expecting the best movie so it was a good easy watch. Acting was decent, a few giggles here and there. If you're looking for something to watch where you don't have to think and need some light entertainment then this is for you.

  • B+D Without the D


    A comedy, thriller, mystery, with twists and turns that will keep you dizzy. A low budget, more human, rendering of The Game. A psycho-drama that doesn't take itself too seriously; or does it? A nice ride, even if it is in the trunk. The Sixth Sense for a guy with no sense. A date (with yourself) movie. Ultimately cathartic and satisfying.


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