Taken 3 | Movie Review 09 Jan 2015   338


Cast: Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen, Maggie Grace, Forest Whitaker, Dougray Scott, Sam Spruell
Direction: Olivier Megaton
Genre: Action
Duration: 1 hour 52 minutes

Critics Review

Times of India (TOI):

Mills is not your ordinary tough guy. He possesses deadly skills thanks to his military and CIA background, but is also extremely ethical and discerning about when and how to use those skills. His prime concerns are his ex-wife and daughter. And when someone messes with that, he as we’ve seen in the previous Taken movies, he finds them and eliminates them.
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Bryan Mills (Neeson) was to meet his ex wife Lenore (Famke Janssen), armed with hot bagels. Except, by the time he reaches his apartment, she’s already dead – her throat slit by an unknown assailant. He’s found near her body with the murder weapon nearby. She had made a 911 call minutes before dying, so the cops get there in time to assume he’s the killer.
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Liam Neeson may have given you three reasons to watch him hit people in various ways, but whether or not you’re a fan of this series, you’ll have to consider these five reasons to avoid this muddled and painfully generic mess. – See more at: http://www.mid-day.com/articles/taken-3—movie-review/15903156#sthash.MP45hJdJ.dpuf
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NDTV Movies:

Somebody murdered your mother in my house. I don’t know who did it or why, but I’ll find out,” Bryan Mills assures his daughter Kim. This forms the crux of Taken 3. Unlike its previous two editions, Taken 3 is a scaled up, reminiscent, action-packed thriller whose premise is loosely based on the 1993-released Harrison Ford’s The Fugitive.
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In a recent interview while promoting the film, Liam Neeson said: “It would be insulting if someone got taken in Taken 3.” Evidently the 62-year-old star of the money-grabbing action franchise is aware of just how ridiculous these movies keep getting. After rescuing his daughter who was kidnapped by a gang of Albanian sex traffickers in Paris in 2008’s surprise hit Taken, Neeson’s character, ex-CIA operative Bryan Mills found himself chasing after abductors who’d picked up his wife during a family holiday in Istanbul in that film’s underwhelming 2012 sequel.
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The Indian Express:

A retired CIA operative who comes out of hibernation only when his family is threatened was the starting point of Taken. By the third film, the daughter Kim (Grace) is still holding strong despite the beating she has taken, which is more than can be said about this film.
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