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The Captive

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9-year-old Cassandra disappears suddenly which causes her father Matthew becoming the prime suspect. 8 years later, a series of incidents happen that indicate she is still alive. Police and her father Matthew continue to reveal the case and rescue Cassandra.
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Los Angeles Times
Becomes baroque and ludicrous as the Hitchcockian scenario loses its psychological bearings in a web of trashy plot twists and self-conscious jumps in time.
December 18, 2014
The Film Stage
Aggressively stupid when it's not downright illogical, it is hard to imagine a film less deserving for a competition slot at this year's Cannes than The Captive, a subpar Law & Order episode at best.
June 06, 2016
New York Daily News
Surely an Oscar-nominated filmmaker like Atom Egoyan ("The Sweet Hereafter") can do better than this nasty and unconvincing thriller.
December 10, 2014
South China Morning Post
The Captive revels in its own nastiness and makes for a highly unpleasant watch.
April 10, 2016
Correcámara
An efficient film with good elements but not enough to surprise anybody. [Full review in Spanish]
May 05, 2016
AV Club
The structural gamesmanship is just a smokescreen, a way to obfuscate the pulp nature of what is, ultimately, little more than a glorified, low-aiming potboiler.
December 11, 2014
Philadelphia Inquirer
For all its problems, The Captive does try to hit the themes that have obsessed Egoyan for three decades: desire, death, memory, and time.
December 19, 2014
New York Times
The infuriatingly vague and downright strange story banishes the haunting delicacy of mood that Mr. Egoyan has conjured so successfully in the past.
December 11, 2014