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Taken 3

Taken 3

Taken 3    09 Jan 2015

PG-13 109 minReleased

6.0
IMDB: 6.0/10 143,125 votes

Bryan Mills needs a new rabbit’s foot. First, sex-traffickers took his beloved daughter, Kim. Then vengeful criminals took Mills and his ex-wife. In Taken 3, they are now taking his freedom by framing Mills for a murder he did not commit. For all of the heroic actions we keep hearing about in Mills’ past, people sure seem to hate this guy. Liam Neeson once again stars as Bryan Mills. Retired from his mysterious past, Mills now prefers the simple life of ...

The Choice

The Choice

The Choice    05 Feb 2016

PG-13 111 minReleased

6.6
IMDB: 6.6/10 19,166 votes

It’s almost Valentine’s Day, so another Nicholas Sparks adaptation is upon us. This genre’s declining quality continues with “The Choice,” which perpetuates the same problems as the preceeding films based on Sparks’s source material. The uneven gender dynamics, the clichéd view of small-town living, and the suggestion that certain kinds of love are more special than others are all some of Sparks’s hallmarks – and they’re used again here to diminishing returns. Following last year’s “The Longest Ride,” which introduced legions ...

Taken 2

Taken 2

Taken 2    05 Oct 2012

PG-13 92 minReleased

6.3
IMDB: 6.3/10 247,834 votes

That seems like such a weird thing to say, coming from a red-blooded American male whose bread and butter is cinematic ass-kickery. The irony is, however, that the most tedious action movies tend to involve heroes who are so eminently competent – guys who know exactly what do at every single junction – that any feeling of danger or tension gets sucked out of the movie. Worse yet, it reduces the hero at the movie’s center to an empty collection ...

Taken

Taken

Taken    30 Jan 2009

PG-13 93 minReleased

7.8
IMDB: 7.8/10 498,511 votes

What if a super spy like Jason Bourne in his middle-aged years got into a situation where his daughter is kidnapped by illegal human traffickers? The result of that high concept is Pierre Morrel’s Taken, a swift, compact French action thriller that does a devious number on the kidnapping story genre with the slickness and smarts of deadly espionage. The kidnapping villains clearly have no idea what kind of father they are dealing with. As the movie opens, the hero of ...