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A group of spoiled rich kids are sent to a boot camp on a remote island by their frustrated parents, who hope that the outdoor activities will teach them the virtue of discipline. But when a team of kidnappers invade the camp in an attempt to hold the participants hostage for a one-billion-dollar ransom, the youths decide to work together and fight back. Jeremy Sumpter, Phoebe Tonkin, Dominic Sherwood, Ed Westwick, Elliot Knight, and Sebastian Koch star in this thriller directed by Jim Gillespie.

This hybrid of survivalist action and young-adult drama remains watchable from start to finish, even if it never becomes essential.

Drunk driving, violence, in teen-survival action movie.

…a bloodless 80s throwback that never really goes anywhere.

Kidnappers hold eight rich kids for ransom in this wilderness-survival thriller that holds few surprises but makes excellent use of its rocky island locations.

A couple of distinctive moments stand out amidst the tedium, such as a rather innovative use for a compound fracture, but everything about Take Down is an overfamiliar slog from start to finish that holds no surprises or excitement.

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