Watch: Trafficked: A Parent’s Worst Nightmare 2021 123movies, Full Movie Online – A Parent’s Worst Nightmare is a powerful story, based on multiple real life events. It’s based on true stories of children who’ve been kidnapped for the underground sex slave industry. Every day young women, aged 13 – 17, are kidnapped, beaten, rapped, drugged, and sold as sex slaves. Currently, up to 300,000 girls in America are at risk of sex trafficking. This is raw look into what they go thru and is not for the squeamish. The cast and crew are hoping that this movie will bring more awareness about sex trafficking in America. Our government spends 300 dollars fighting the “war on drugs” for every dollar it spends to keep our children safe..
Plot: On the eve of her 16th birthday, Allison Riley (Sophie Bolen) disappears. When the police refuse their requests, her parents, Joanna (Kristy Swanson) and Case (Mark Boyd), reluctantly hire John Belton (Dean Cain), a private investigator with a reputation for questionable procedures and a dark past. Quickly, Belton realizes that Allison was coerced by a young handsome boy she met on social media and had been trafficked, and they are on a race against time to get her back.
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A rather bland and mundane sex trafficking drama…
Yeah, this 2021 movie titled “Trafficked: A Parent’s Worst Nightmare” (aka “A Parent’s Worst Nightmare”) is a movie that, oddly enough, is based on sex trafficking, which in itself is a terrible topic.
And indeed, there have been movies out there that deal with the same issue, but doing so in a much more fulfilling way, in terms of it being a movie that brings entertainment – despite revolving around such atrocious things as sex trafficking. But “A Parent’s Worst Nightmare” just didn’t have the same impact as some movies of a similar nature.
Sure, “A Parent’s Worst Nightmare” was watchable, but it wasn’t an overly entertaining movie. And the reason for this was partially because of some inferior writing from writers Joel Paul Reisig, George P. Saunders and Scott Voshel. Which is some accomplishment in itself. I mean, three writers not being able to come up with something more worthwhile. But it is also due to some rigid characters and dubious acting performances.
The characters portrayed in “A Parent’s Worst Nightmare” felt like wooden caricatures that hardly displayed any real or believable emotions or acted as one would think people would act when a family member is abducted and lost for over a month. It just took away so much believability from the movie as a whole.
All in all, then director Joel Paul Reisig just didn’t bring contents to the screen where it mattered and “A Parent’s Worst Nightmare” felt like a rather mundane and unnecessary movie, to be honest. This is not a movie that left a lasting impression with me, and I sat through it to the very end. Nor is it a movie that I will be thinking about, if someone mentions movies about sex trafficking. It just simply fell short of being outstanding or entertaining.
This 2021 movie is hardly one that I would recommend you wasting your time, money or effort on. My rating of “A Parent’s Worst Nightmare” settles on a three out of ten stars.
Its that bad.
Having a daughter at that age was kinda hard to watch, yes there are some cliche here and there but nothing that bad.
Due to its subject its not really enjoyable. Can be if you dont have kids and you re not that sensitive.
Ive seen lots of COVID era movies most are way worse than this one.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 48 min (108 min)
Director Joel Paul Reisig
Writer Joel Paul Reisig, George Saunders, Scott Voshel
Actors Kristy Swanson, Mark Boyd, Sophie Bolen
Country United States
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