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Prisoners moves quickly, tensely, but doesn't quite pay off

Prisoners, the new kidnapping thriller starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal, is one of those movies that impresses while you are watching it, but loses a bit of its power upon reflection. By the time I got to my car in the…

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