The Entitled (2011) - Crime, Thriller

Hohum Score

29

Watchable

A young man, broke and jobless, abducts three rich college kids to try and get money from their fathers.

IMDB: 6.2
Director: Aaron Woodley
Stars: Kevin Zegers, Ray Liotta
Length: 91 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 5 out of 30 found boring (16.66%)

One-line Reviews (18)

The character was believable and engaging and along with the narration, provided a great deal of insight into the mind of someone on a mission.

A realistic look at what a kid on the edge can do if he is pushed.

Of course there may be some holes in the plot but who cares as this picture is highly entertaining and almost believable; it had me engrossed throughout.

I'm not saying this is an Oscar type movie, but it is very entertaining and fun to watch.

Overall, a very entertaining thriller that leaves you wondering who to pull for.

Movies with bigger budgets have bored me with inane story lines and characters I don't care about.

This psychological thriller kept me on the edge of my seat for its entirety.

The writing stinks, the whole concept is stupid and sadly, totally uninteresting.

Although a common plot, a movie that is thoroughly enjoyable if you appreciate the newbie cast with the exception of Ray Liotta and Victor Gaber.

Expect the unexpected too, and also factor it in.

The main kidnapper is portrayed as very detail-oriented and together, very purposeful, but he makes mistake after mistake that drive the rest of the story, making it very contrived.

The film starts out a little pedestrian and juvenile with pointless scenes and then a few scenes continuously pointing out that our main hero was poor.

Simply put, it's a solidly suspenseful movie, and I like the idea that it's about psychopathic behavior in its different guises.

total waste of time .

one of them plays fallout 3 because he is so bored.

Very enjoyable mystery thriller .

Made more intriguing by the fact that the movie seems to advocate that rightness is on the side of the kidnapper.

Very much worth watching.