PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
With instructions from her genius son's carefully crafted notebook, a single mother sets out to rescue a young girl from the hands of her abusive stepfather.
This was Colin Trevorrow and John Schwartzman's second film to be shot in the Univisium (2.00:1) format since Jurassic World (2015), although it was projected at 1.85:1 theatrically.
Henry, where are you going? Henry!
Henry Carpenter: Goddamn it, Janice. How much longer does this have to go on? What else do you need to see?
Principal Wilder: I believe you mean Principal Wilder? Henry, we're not going down this road again.
Henry Carpenter: Bruises, exhaustion, decreased school ...
Principal Wilder: You...
Henry is seen using a payphone to make stock trades. He is using fractions. While it could be just his personality/condition, US markets switched to decimals on April 9, 2001. Later in the movie the doctor shows the MRI scan on a tablet too advanced for pre-2001.
The film was shot for the Univisium aspect ratio of 2.00:1, but was presented theatrically in the standard 1.85:1 aspect ratio. The Univisium ratio is preserved on the home video release of the film.
$1,424,540 18 June 2017