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Andrew Quinn (Scott Adkins), along with his daughter, are kidnapped by a group of aliens from another dimension. While Quinn somehow manages to escape, his daughter is still missing and Quinn is doing everything possible to find her.
On the other hand, Conner (Andy On), a hired killer, has a problem of his own, while fighting off rival gangs, he loses his wife, only to find out later that she has been kidnapped by the same aliens that took Quinn’s daughter. It doesn’t take long for the two to team up and kick some alien ass…
No, the paragraphs above actually make “Abduction” sound better than it really is. Whatever is supposed to work – works good enough, whatever is supposed to fail – fails miserably.
We’ll start off with what works. The two leads (Scott Adkins and Andy On) have good on-screen chemistry. The two actually starred together in “Black Mask 2:City of Masks” back in 2002 (a film with a cast you couldn’t dream of, but with a disastrous end result).
The fight scenes in “Abduction” are very good, above average level, to be specific, with both Adkins and Andy On showcasing what they can do. As far as On goes, it really is a shame that he didn’t reach the heights Scott Adkins did, with his looks and fighting ability.
Original title Abduction
TMDb Rating 5 4 votes