By Heinrich Domingo
Insecure films are easy to spot. They try to be everything all at once, and in the process, gets confused on what they really want to be. Extraction is this kind of film. It tries too hard to inject love, deceit, father-son relationship, betrayal, insurgence, and many others in a frail action tale. In the end, its plot holes gushes out of the movie’s weak spots revealing a story that is unwary of its intentions and unsure of its treatment.