The Entitled (2011)

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A recent college graduate grows increasingly nihilistic during an economic downturn, and kidnaps the children of three wealthy men for a $3 million ransom. Shortly after earning his degree, Paul Dynan (Kevin Zegers) realizes the certificate in his hand is barely worth the paper it's printed on. Subsequently drowning in a sea of debt due to his student loans and his mother's medical bills, the disillusioned graduate hits a breaking point as the bank prepares to foreclose on his family home, and devises a plan to earn some quick cash while giving the rich a lesson in humility. His plan: abduct three privileged socialites with the help of two young deviants, and make their fathers (Ray Liotta, Victor Garber), and Stephen McHattie) fork over $3 million for their safe return. Unfortunately for Paul, the bitter infighting between his three affluent targets is about to blow the plan sky high, and offer a painful lesson in the perils of crime. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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R
Genre:
Mystery & Suspense
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Anchor Bay Entertainment

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Cast

Kevin Zegers
as Paul Dynan
Ray Liotta
as Richard Nader
Dustin Milligan
as Nick Nader
Laura Vandervoort
as Hailey Jones
Victor Garber
as Bob Vincent
Stephen McHattie
as Clifford Jones
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Critic Reviews for The Entitled

All Critics (1)

Enough suspense and signs of depth here to register respect.

September 16, 2011
Filmcritic.com

Audience Reviews for The Entitled

What an absolute joke. Poor kids abduct rich kids for money. Ray Liota's awful performance killed all potential, even the potential of this being a somewhat acceptable B movie. Skip it.

Fred Peters
Fred Peters
½

"The Entitled" is one of the best crime films with manipulation as the main theme. The ending contains so many twists that nobody could have predicted in the beginning.

Thomas Andrikus
Thomas Andrikus

I just quit following by the dull & formulaic first 2/3, before the endless twists & turns at the end take you to nowhere.

WS Wu
WS Wu

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