In this movie, a husband and a wife who are separated, permit their daughter to go to Paris with her girl friend. Dad's a retired agent of some army section of the United States and has some very special skills.
In Paris, some men come to kidnap the girls, and in this scene, daughter talks to her father on the phone. She is scared and she's crying. Her father tells her to try to give him as much information as possible over the phone.
When they kidnap the girl, one of the kidnappers takes the phone, and says "Good luck" in response to father's threats about finding them.
Then father goes on to find his daughter and in this journey, he's able to find his daughter who's been used as a whore to be sold to a rich Arab guy.
A dialog that I remember is that he finds the boss of the kidnappers group, and wants to shoot him in the elevator. Boss says "Please don't take it personally, it's just business" or something like that, and father says: "for me, it's too personal".
What's the name of the movie?