El descubrimiento del cadáver de un niño de los años cincuenta es clave en la desaparición de otro pequeño.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®
" Not a masterpiece, perhaps, but technically polished, with inspired performances and enough suspense that by the time Mr. Hamm found the redemption that freed him from his own demons, I was so wired I needed a Valium. "
" Plays like a middling episode of Law & Order: SVU, drawn out an extra half-hour and embellished with pretentious literary and cinematic flourishes. "
" In the lead-up to the inevitable connection, Anderson builds suspense around innumerable close-ups of telephone touchpads, liquids being spilled, [and] Lucas straining to be a credible hayseed. "
" A leaden murder mystery with a clunky structure that swings back and forth between 1958 and 2008, Stolen wastes the talents of a reasonably good cast. "
" A technically polished thriller marred by textbook filmmaking that grows increasingly dull as the plot wears on. "
" Though generally ham-fisted, Stolen may appeal to Hamm's more die-hard fans. "
" [A] graceless piece of tragedy porn... "
" Two missing children stories are combined to less than compelling effect in this sluggish thriller. "
" Anders Anderson's thriller struggles to intertwine the two mysteries and ends up doing justice to neither. "
" This gravely serious drama is as insular as a tomb with Muzak. "
" No one is able to make much of the disposable script, but Hamm is so limited by the period trappings that it seems as if he simply wandered onto the wrong set. "
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