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Take Me (2017)

TV-MA | | Comedy, Crime | 5 May 2017 (USA)
Ray is a fledgling entrepreneur who specializes in high-end simulated abductions. He jumps at the chance when a mysterious client contracts him for a weekend kidnapping with a handsome ... See full summary »

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Ray Moody
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Stuart
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Cathy
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Natalie
Mike Makowsky ...
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Miles Healy ...
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Natalie's Child
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Tom
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Kendra
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Anna St. Blair
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Ray is a fledgling entrepreneur who specializes in high-end simulated abductions. He jumps at the chance when a mysterious client contracts him for a weekend kidnapping with a handsome payday at the end. But the job isn't all that it seems.

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A good hostage is hard to find.

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$2,583 (USA) (5 May 2017)

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Ray's former clients on the Polaroid board include actor/comedian Josh Fadem ("Bar Mitzvah Nightmare"), Se7en screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker ("Shock Corridor"), the film's producers Mel Eslyn ("Nobody Likes a Gossip") and Sev Ohanian ("Dirty Diaper"), and various other members of the crew. See more »

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Features The Return of Monte Cristo (1946) See more »

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By Ron Komie (BMI)
Publisher Sonic Desktop Publishing (BMI)
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Inconsistent Tone, Drastic Mismatch in Acting Ability, and Annoying
5 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The best thing about this movie was that it was instantly forgettable. The tone of the movie repeatedly changed throughout the film and there was a drastic mismatch in the acting abilities of the two leads. However intentional, the actor-director's fumbling bumbling idiocy and stale humor was excruciating. Taylor Schilling added a bit of life to the mix, but she wasn't given much to work with. The plot might have succeeded as a quirky short film, but at 83 minutes it was painful. It seemed that the director assumed his character's toupee would suffice as a major plot line.

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