Liam Neeson is back as a dorky dad and smiling ex-husband, but oh man, they changed the game this time. They killed his wife! That’s not even a spoiler, that’s 30 seconds into the first trailer for Taken 3. I was skeptical at first, but this looks like a lot of fun. So I guess
Liam Neeson is fighting bad guys again, and it’s another January action release for the actor. Taken 3 (officially called Tak3n for some reason) will be released January 9, 2015 and we have the first few images from the sequel. Neeson is back as Bryan Mills, a former CIA agent who had to rescue his
Liam Neeson will find you, don’t worry about that. He is also finding his way back to dramatic roles as Deadline reports that Neeson has joined the cast of Martin Scorsese’s next film Silence, reuniting for the first time since they worked together on Gangs of New York. Silence as you may have heard has been
That banner image (City Strip #122) won’t be a joke much longer if they keep this up. Liam Neeson will continue to be the action star your parents like in another sequel to 2008’s Taken. But why? Oh right. When Taken 2 opened last year to negative reviews, the actor was on the fence about
Here is a shorter international trailer for Taken 2, here’s the longer one if you missed it. There is some new footage here, nothing that gives away anything, and who cares anyways? Liam Neeson is going to do badass things for 90 minutes, we’re all going to win. “Your mother and I are going to
Here is the first international trailer for Taken 2, it’s all about revenge here as the bad guys he killed in his first outing want revenge. His wife gets taken this time around and so Liam Neeson is on it, kicking ass and not really taking any names. They are foreign anyways, those are hard
Why isn’t he killing anyone in this poster? He has a particular set of skills…use them, and that chair for good measure. Liam Neeson returns as Bryan Mills, the retired CIA agent with a particular set of skills who stopped at nothing to save his daughter Kim from Albanian kidnappers. When the father of one
Father’s Day is this Sunday, so I thought it would be appropriate to talk about some fathers in movie history that stand out above the rest. I’m not a father, but as a son I can tell you that a man’s relationship with his father is one of the most important relationships in his life.
Taken was a great surprise full of action, suspense and a demanding performance by Liam Neeson. What’s no surprise is the call for a sequel after taking in over $225M. The film was met by “professional” critics with a resounding “meh”, but audiences including myself loved the movie and demand more fatherly ass-kicking via Neeson.