Written January 31, 2015
This is one of Liam's best films. He does exceptionally well in this and for a rare occasion you see a little bit of humor from him at the end. Most of his roles are strictly gang bang and see yaaaaa. Well acted, fast paced, would see again....
Written October 02, 2014
I thought that Liam would be in something more subtle and sophisticated, that is why I went to see this one....turns out that it's chock full of violence upon violence upon violence...and not even the particularly viewable/believable type, e.g., the human fights two men going after each other or a series of men going after one man....the action was so confused that it was impossible to see particular blows, blocked hits, etc....
overall: really disappointed....I walked out of the theatre feeling beat up
Written March 04, 2015
Overall a good action flick. Acting is good. Liam, great! Maggie Grace is definitely an up and coming action actor and should be noticed along with her beauty. Problems with the direction were along the lines of bad attention to details (eg, Famke Janssen was upside down bleeding yet when the cover was removed from her head it looked like she hardly bled at all. It was rather ridiculous. But stilled liked all the actors and their performances.
Written February 02, 2015
I loved Taken, so going to see Taken was obvious. But the story was somewhat predictable. Overall, the movie was good and I highly recommend everyone seeing it. Liam's acting is so different from his normal everyday self. He is so charged and on point in his acting. The directing and cinematography of the movie was good enough to make me believe that anyone could do some of the things that Liam and his on-screen daughter were doing, except for the driving.
Written April 01, 2015
How can they keep making a series when the main character gets sloppy. Prolly just bad writing if you have to make the lead war machine getting incompetant. He leaves his daughter alone in a foreign country when he goes out. He misses guys in the lobby staking him out, which are same nationality as who he fought before. He lets his wife out to roam the streets and fend for herself. He tells her to contact the hotel security as soon as she gets there. But when he calls his daughter to warn her, he never call hotels security also.