R | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
A mother stops at nothing to recover her kidnapped son.
Universal cut the film for its home video release from 95 minutes to 82 minutes
That's what all these people did. They waited.
Early in the film, Halle Berry drives a older model (roughly 2004) Chrysler Town and Country, distinguishable by the trim piece on the front grill. In the early scenes (for example at 10:13, the top part of that chrome-looking trim dips down in the center to accommodate a Chrysler logo. In virtually if not all of the chase/wreck scenes, that grill doesn't have that dip in the top center, indicating it's a newer model - but not much newer.
Photos of Halle Berry and Sage Correa at the park are shown during the first half of the end credits.
The Blu-ray and DVD release is 14 minutes shorter than the theatrical and VOD release.
$88,410 (Thailand) (29 June 2017)