'The Cold Light of Day' Review: A Zippy Little Spy Thriller With Extra Hitchcock Sauce

It's a recipe Hitchcock would have enjoyed: Take a stressed-out American businessman, plop him into a foreign country with no luggage or ability to speak the language, then thrust him into a plot in which he must rescue his family from kidnappers while being pursued by bad guys and sought out by police who are either in on the conspiracy or who wrongly assume that he has killed a cop.



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