The Cold Light of Day

Theatrical Release: September 7, 2012
The Cold Light of Day
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Synopsis

Will Shaw (Henry Cavill) goes to Spain for a week-long sailing vacation with his family but his whole world turns upside down when the family is kidnapped by intelligence agents hell-bent on recovering a mysterious briefcase and Will suddenly finds himself on the run.

Dove Review

The film begins with a strained relationship between a father and son but soon turns into a missing person’s case. As the son tries to find his family, he learns that his father isn’t/wasn’t what he thought he was. There are many chase and action scenes and the film does move along quickly. However, there is a great deal of violence in the film and the language is certainly over the top. Due to the excessive content, we cannot consider this a family film.

Content Description

Sex: Man has child from affair; boyfriend/girlfriend kiss-1
Language: J/JC-4; GD-5; F-once spoken, twice mouthed; D-2; H-6; S-8; B-2; G/OMG-4
Violence: Constant chase and fight scenes; many people shot point-blank with little blood; stabbing; choking-2; several beatings with blood; car crashes with bloody results.
Drugs: Smoking; mild drinking.
Nudity: Cleavage; beach attire; short skirts.
Other: Rogue CIA agents.

Info

Company: Summit Entertainment
Writer: Scott Wiper & John Petro
Producer: Marc D. Evans
Genre: Action
Runtime: 93 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe