Prisoners is a curious film centered on the abduction of two children. At two and a half hours it’s a long film for a thriller. Whilst the film held my attention throughout, it’s slow moving and low on tension (there’s no music!). The only bit of tension, at the end, involving a car race against time, seemed oddly out of place. Still, I enjoyed the film.
This was a rare visit to an Odeon cinema. Not a patch on an independent cinema such as the Curzon cinemas.