On February 1, 2012, Kate Hudson joined the cast. On May 10, 2013, Salma Hayek joined the cast to replace Hudson in the lead role.
|Runtime||1 hr 32 min|
|Premiere: World||$358 156 February 26, 2015|
|Premiere: USA||September 20, 2014|
|Digital: World||January 23, 2015|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, Violence & Gore, ...|
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DescriptionA kidnapped woman faces down hitmen sent by a mob boss/her captor while trying to protect her family from his wrath.
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