Though it isn't quite yet time for a career intervention, Amanda Seyfried is driving the treacherous road toward Kate Hudson country. She's a budding starlet, but can you name any good movie she's done? Gone is one of those rote psychological thrillers that Hollywood pumps out as "star vehicles," because the only thing that could possibly propel them is the face on the movie poster. Seyfried plays Jill, a recovering kidnapping victim whose sister gets abducted about a year after her own escape from captivity. What are the chances? The cops think Jill is goofy, so she begins her own investigation into her sister's disappearance. The movie seemingly leans its case one way, so it can take a sharp left turn in the end, which is a pointless exercise built around trying to outwit the audience instead of entertaining them.
Director: Heitor Dhalia
Producer: Sidney Kimmel, Dan Abrams, Chris Salvaterra, Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, Matt Berenson, Ted Gidlow, Jim Tauber, Andre Lamal, Eric Reid and Bruce Toll
Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Daniel Sunjata, Jennifer Carpenter, Sebastian Stan, Wes Bentley, Nick Searcy, Socratis Otto, Emily Wickersham, Joel David Moore, Katherine Moennig, Michael Paré, Sam Upton, Ted Rooney, Erin Carufel, Susan Logeais and Jeanine Jackson