Snatched Take a Date

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(2017.00) - 90 min - R

Emily Middleton pursues her cautious Mother to accompany her on a trip to Ecuador despite her Mother's misgivings. Of course, they end up kidnapped and held for ransom.  Order the DVD or stream the movie, when available, by clicking the link below:

Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn, Ike Barinholtz, Wanda Sykes, Joan Cusack, Tom Batcheran
Adventure, Comedy

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  • Beautiful homes/decor
  • Interesting architecture
  • Lovely scenery
  • Great music
  • Eye candy
  • Cute kids
  • Cute animals
  • Explicit sex
  • Nudity
  • Obscenities
  • Icky stuff
  • Death of a child
  • Violent
  • Just too long

Chief Chick Comments

Have I mentioned that I love Goldie Hawn? Her performance is enough to see this movie and Amy Schumer's performance (while a bit on the crude side as usual) is very funny. Mother(Goldie) and daughter(Amy), Linda and Emily Middleton end up on a vacation to a resort in Equador. All is fine until a cute young guy, James, convinces Emily and eventually Linda to join him on a trip away from the resort. After they are "snatched" by a local gang, the two women do a lot of damage to everyone except themselves. A few laugh on loud moments
and worth a look. Take a date but not if it is a first date. A few too many "too much info" moments for my taste.

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Hip Chick May 25, 2017

My girlfriend and I went to see this movie and laughed out loud -- not as often as I expected to, but did laugh out loud. Yes, Amy is crude at times, but that's her and to be expected. (Her crudeness is 'real' and not too far off from things I hear from some females). Yes, Goldie is Goldie and so glad to see her in a movie again, but her hair is starting to bug me with it being in her eyes all the time. And clearly she's had 'work' done. But ya gotta love Goldie. Also the smaller roles by Wanda Sykes and Christopher Meloni had their moments. This isn't a great movie that'll be an award nominee, but if you want to see something mindless, can laugh at TMI dialogue, then I say go see it. Sometimes, ya just want to see something that doesn't make you think!

kathleen kenefick May 20, 2017

I took my 70 year old husband with me and together this movie fell very flat .
Love Goldie and loved Amy in Trainwreck ... but this movie didn't work .
There were few millenials that laughed .. but general audience was ailing.. it didn't help my husband wanted to leave 15 min into movie

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