Trapped

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Overview

Trapped is presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and English 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound, enabling for true enjoyment of John Ottman's musical score. Disappointingly, Fox didn't open up the vault with this disc in terms of special features, but the ones that did find their ways onto the DVD are marginally good. To start, there's the obligatory "making-of" featurette. Nothing too notable here, but it does take viewers into the history of the film and its stars through a series of interviews and film ...
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Overview

Trapped is presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and English 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound, enabling for true enjoyment of John Ottman's musical score. Disappointingly, Fox didn't open up the vault with this disc in terms of special features, but the ones that did find their ways onto the DVD are marginally good. To start, there's the obligatory "making-of" featurette. Nothing too notable here, but it does take viewers into the history of the film and its stars through a series of interviews and film clips. Of the two screen-specific commentaries, the one with screenwriter
ovelist Greg Iles prevails over the one with director Luis Mandoki because Iles provides more insight into the story and characters. Five deleted scenes and an alternate ending are two more special features not to be missed on the disc, which also contains French and English subtitles, theatrical trailers, and actor filmographies.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Director's commentary; Writer's commentary; Alternate ending; Deleted scenes; Making-of featurette; Theatrical trailers; Filmographies; Scene selections; Interactive menus; Digitally mastered audio and video; Widescreen; English and French Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound; English and French subtitles
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/24/2002
  • UPC: 043396078246
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:46:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 29,637

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Charlize Theron Mrs. Karen Jennings
Courtney Love Cheryl Tilly
Stuart Townsend Dr. Will Jennings
Kevin Bacon Joe Hickey
Pruitt Taylor Vince Marvin Pool
Dakota Fanning Abby Jennings
Colleen Camp Joan Evans
Technical Credits
Luis Mandoki Director, Producer
Glen Ballard Executive Producer
Christopher Borgmann Associate Producer
Jim Brebner Asst. Director
Neil Canton Executive Producer
Mark Canton Executive Producer
Annmarie Corbett Set Decoration/Design
Frederick Elmes Cinematographer
Jose Antonio Garcia Sound/Sound Designer
Mimi Polk Gitlin Producer
Brian Goldsmith Associate Producer
Jerry Greenberg Editor
Willie Heslup Art Director
Rick Hess Executive Producer
Hanno Huth Executive Producer
Greg Iles Screenwriter
Nathan Kahane Co-producer
Michael Kaplan Costumes/Costume Designer
Carsten H.W. Lorenz Co-producer
Michael McDonnell Co-producer
Rose Marie McSherry Set Decoration/Design
John Ottman Score Composer
Piotr Sobocinski Cinematographer
Richard Sylbert Production Designer
Tanna Thompson Associate Producer
Anneke Van Oort Set Decoration/Design
Geoff Wallace Set Decoration/Design
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [7:17]
2. "Abby's Not Here." [3:41]
3. The Perfect Kidnapper [5:17]
4. Severely Asthmatic [4:51]
5. Hot for Doc [3:02]
6. Rules of the Game [:59]
7. "I'm Marvin." [1:42]
8. Phone Call for Dr. Jennings [3:39]
9. "I Can't Breathe." [2:53]
10. Abby's Medication [5:37]
11. A Battered Woman [3:04]
12. "Who's Katie?" [4:16]
13. Joan [4:34]
14. Connection Failure [3:11]
15. Part of His Plan [4:15]
16. Not Like the Other Moms [8:54]
17. Living Death [:23]
18. Time to Play a Game [6:52]
19. Art Critique [3:08]
20. Tracing the Calls [1:07]
21. Company [1:32]
22. Special Agent Chalmers [1:33]
23. Change of Plan [1:24]
24. Cutting the Engine [4:19]
25. Road Rage [5:43]
26. Setting Down on the I-5 [1:04]
27. Will Meets Joey [2:06]
28. Karen Takes Her Best Shot [2:42]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Audio Set Up
      English
      French/Français
   Subtitles
      English
      French/Français
      Subtitles Off
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Director's Commentary On
      Director's Commentary Off
      Writer's Commentary On
      Writer's Commentary Off
      Making of Featurette
      Deleted Scenes
         Marvin Releases Pete
         $250,000
         "Get Your Mind Right."
         "I Won't Cry."
         Katie
      Alternate Ending
      Filmographies
         Luis Mandoki (Director)
         Greg Iles (Writer)
         Charlize Theron
         Kevin Bacon
         Courney Love
         Stuart Townsend
         Pruitt Taylor Vince
   Trailers
      Trapped
      Enough
      Hollow Man
      I Spy
      Panic Room
      Spider-Man
      xXx
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    my favorite action suspence film of all time

    i first rented this film and i love it. charlize is just amazing. dakota fanning is one to watch in the comming years. this film had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. i own the dvd and i watch it every time its on cable. i must have seen it at least a hundred times. this is one to own!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Must See...

    I was hesitant at first to see a movie I had never heard of, but after seeing it, I'm glad I decided to sit through it. This was your basic suspense movie -- similar to that of 'Ransom' with Mel Gibson -- but it's worth it. Good plot, good character development, mixed with the right amount of suspense. See it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    absolutly fantastic

    This movie is incredible. Charlize theron and kevin bacon are wonderful. Great story and even better acting. This movie will keep you on the edge of your seat. I loved it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Charlize Frys A Little ''Bacon''

    Dr. Will Jennings (Stuart Townsend - ''Wonderland'' & ''The Queen Of The Damned'') and his beautiful wife, Karen (Charlize Theron - ''The Devil's Advocate'', ''The Cider House Rules'' & ''Reindeer Games'') have a picturesque marriage and a beautiful daughter, Abigail (Dakota Fanning). Until one day, little Abby is kidnapped right from under Karen's nose, while Will is out of town for a convention, and 24 hours of fear and heartache ensue. Unlike most kidnappers, Joe Hickey (Kevin Bacon - ''Footloose''; ''A Few Good Men'' & ''Apollo 13'') and his emotionally screwed up wife, Cheryl (Courtney Love - ''Feeling Minnesota'', ''The People Vs. Larry Flint'' & ''Man On The Moon''), and his cousin Marvin (Pruitt Taylor Vince - ''JFK'', ''Natural Born Killers'' & ''The Cell'') babysit Mom & Dad as well as the kidnapped child. Marvin drives Abby to a secluded cabin in the Cascade Mountains, not knowing that she has asthma and could die from an attack if she does not receive the proper medicine in time. Meanwhile, Joe keeps Karen at gunpoint in their home while Cheryl does the same with Will in Seattle at his motel room. The 3 abductors have what they feel is a foolproof plan as Joe contacts each of the others every 30 minutes. If there is no answer on the other end, or if the police are tipped off, Abby dies. If Marvin is not called by Joe within 30 minutes...Abby dies. But little do the parents know that there is more than just money motivating Joe, Cheryl & Marvin. *And that is where the story goes lopsided. Joe & Cheryl had a daughter themselves who was sick and passed away. They apparently felt that because of this tragedy in their own lives, that abducting children that are the same age that their daughter was at the time of her death is in some way recompense. They blamed the doctors for killing her, but most especially Dr. Will Jennings. This is their 5th kidnapping, and all of their victims were carefully chosen, and all were doctors families. In the previous 4 kidnappings, the children were given back safely once the money was obtained. But in this case, Joe for reasons unknown wants to keep Abby as his own daughter to recreate a perfect family setting. This made no sense to me. Since they had successfully pulled off 4 previous kidnappings at $250,000 each, they were now millionaires. If they wanted to just keep Abby for their own, why they exposed themselves to the parents and let them live is beyond me, it's not like they needed the money. This story was weak at best...and the tension scenes were all regurtitated from other films. And the ending was the clincher...Kevin Bacon is hobbling around on the freeway amid some wreckage waving a gun (after Will landed his airplane right in the middle of the road to stop the pickup that was carrying his daughter), and people are just standing around like nothing is going on. Then when Karen saves her husband's life by having to shoot and kill Joe (finally), nobody on the freeway seems to notice. This movie had a few suspenseful moments, like the airplane coasting without engines, and the acting by Charlize (as always) was excellent...and the young actress Dakota Fanning showed great personality for a person so young, but in the end, it failed to deliver. Worth watching once, but just too far a stretch for any kind of credibility.

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    Posted October 25, 2008

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