Taken 3

Taken 3

Taken 3

Liam Neeson and Taken 2 director Olivier Megaton return for this chapter, which concludes the trilogy. This time, our 'skilled' father finds himself on American soil, pursued by the law...

Ex-covert operative Bryan Mills' (Neeson) reconciliation with his ex-wife is tragically cut short when she is brutally murdered. Consumed with rage, and framed for the crime, he goes on the run to evade the relentless pursuit of the CIA, FBI and the police. For one last time, Mills must use his “particular set of skills,” to track down the real killers, exact his unique brand of justice, and protect the only thing that matters to him now – his daughter.

2015Rating: M, Violence & offensive language109 minsFrance
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Flicks, Liam Maguren

Flicks, Liam Maguren

Taken and Taken 2 were simple stories set up as a means to show Liam Neeson as a sympathetic badass trying to save his daughter from human traffickers. The last we saw of Bryan Mills (Neeson), he was warned by the father of the kidnapper that two more sons will seek revenge. Taken 3 has absolutely nothing to do with that.

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Variety

Variety

A mind-numbing, crash-bang misfire that abandons chic European capitals for the character’s own backyard.

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Time Out

Time Out

Taken 3 scores over its predecessor on almost every level: the stakes are higher, the LA locations are nicely photographed and, best of all, there’s an actual plot, with twists and everything.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Each individual moment in the film barely seems to be on speaking terms with the rest.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Besson's team has signed off the trilogy with a whimper rather than the kind of unfettered bang delivered by the first two films.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Megaton’s choppy editing barely disguises his star’s hatred of running, while a brutal 12A neutering lessens what limited fun remains in seeing Oscar Schindler creakily throw a Russian bad ‘un into some supermarket shelves.

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