Kidnap 2017 full movie HD

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A typical afternoon in the park turns into a nightmare for single mother Karla Dyson when kidnappers snatch her young son Frankie. With no cellphone and no time to wait for police, Dyson jumps into her car to follow the vehicle that holds Frankie. As the pursuit turns into a frantic, high-speed chase, Karla must risk everything and push herself to the limit to save her beloved child.

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33 thoughts on “Kidnap 2017 full movie HD”
  1. In this movie I love Karla Dyson because she was a hero of her child cause she's chases him and also she's so handsome and pretty.

  2. The lady that kidnapped Frankie at the end of the movie the reason she was crying is because she found her husband’s body and Halle Berry’s van

  3. She can do it! Also she can’t put a sign on her car outside the back bc that’s how they can see that you have a baby in the car

  4. I never really understand about the first part of the movie until I started working at a fast food restaurant and now I understand her pain.

  5. This movie scared me as a kid especially bc its just me and my mom fuck people who do this shit

  6. She risked her life so many times to safe her child but in the end she did not only save her child she saved two more

  7. Movie was nice, but I feel why Karla not took thick lady with her after beaten so she is very easy to track the car so both will go under adjustment. Hus need her wife and Karla need her son.

  8. Loved the movie, but who else is wondering what happened to the vicious dog??🤷‍♀️🐶

  9. I thoroughly enjoyed that movie.Nothing like a mother's love,I would have done the same for my children and grandchildren,you can take that to the bank.

  10. So, the movie just ended. Now let me get this straight, the police in this movie- and dont start telling me 'It's just a movie' or 'It's called acting', but this is in real life to- are that dumb that they can't hunt down a bunch of kidnappers. But a mother, has the strength and commitment to chase it down for ages, fighting many battles. And maybe thats because it was her son and he means everything to her, but still. Police need to step up our game to protect us. Children go missing every day, and I would hate to be one of those children or parents, where you have to wait around for someone to save you/ or for someone to help you save your child. People need to step up their game. And to think that this would all start at a theme park. Kidnappers are everywhere. We need to teach children from a young age the wrong and right. Now I may be really young still (in early teen years), but I know that it is dangerous. And we need to set rules.

  11. 54:53 Imagine if that was actually someone else… Then she would've purposely and accidentally gotten into a car accident with a stranger. Oop. But this is an incredible movie. When Im older and I have a child, I honestly dont know what I would do if I was in that kind of situation. And I know its just a movie and no one says this type of stuff in the comments, but this is a horrible society where all of this happens every single day. And Im sure all mothers would wanna be able to do something like this. But that would be a terrifying experience as a mother, as a parent, as the kid of course, as a relative and I could go on and on.

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