13 May 2014 | videorama-759-859391
Ray Ray to the rescue, in not the most memorable of dramas
She's gone is a sort of Taken film, where again, a over caring father's search for his missing daughter has him going through a maze of contacts, while not really being able to get a handle on the situation. And it's great to watch Winstone kicks arse. This movie, though I did like it's setting in Istanbul, with it's hidden topless bars whatever, didn't really impress me. I thought it was a little weak, reason being I've seen all of this many, times before, but more so, I'd say recently. There's nothing new here. We find out the daughter was unhappy, turned to stripping, and corrupt and wealthy men got their paws on her, and we're only wondering about her fate, where at least the resolution, was a happy one, which I never expected, but still kind of weakened it, considering the cliché'd path we've taken. I did like the nude belly dancing, and the scene with the pro, kept under lock and key by the Istanbul mafia. She's Gone isn't a Winstone film that's s gonna be remembered, but if you're a Winstone fan, and you like some nudity, these are really the only reasons, to see it.