Tag Archives: Liam Neeson

Cinema Review – The Commuter

After he loses his job, Michael McCauley (Liam Neeson) has a couple of drinks with a former work colleague, then takes the train home. When he gets on the train, however, his peaceful commute is turned upside down, when he meets a mysterious woman who insists that he find a mystery person on the train.
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Cinema Review – Ted 2

After Ted (Seth MacFarlane) marries the beautiful but ditzy Tami-Lyn (Jessica Barth), it only takes one short year for the two to start having troubles. Convinced that a baby would solve their problems, the two start chasing down possible sperm donations or adoption, unaware that they are drawing Ted to the State’s attention. When Ted is deemed to not be an actual person, Ted, John (Mark Wahlberg) and their lawyer Samantha (Amanda Seyfried) team up to fight for Ted’s recognition and human rights. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Entourage

Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and the boys are back, this time on the big screen. This time out, Chase is making his directorial debut on the fictional film Hyde, with Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) as the studio head who greenlit the film. Of course, very little in Chase’s life runs smoothly, and trouble soon arises in the form of financier Larsen McCredle (Billy Bob Thronton) and his son Travis (Haley Joel Osment). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Run All Night

When his estranged son Mike (Joel Kinnaman) witnesses a murder, Jimmy (Liam Neeson) must take on his brutal and ruthless former boss – and lifelong friend – in order to protect his son. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Taken 3

Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) just cannot live a quiet life, no matter how hard he tries. This time out, the family are settling down again after the shenanigans of Istanbul; Kim (Maggie Grace) has just discovered she’s pregnant, and Lenore (Famke Janssen) is still having troubles in her marriage to Stuart (Dougray Scott). Although no-one is ‘taken’, as such, Mills finds himself framed for a murder he didn’t commit, and sets out to clear his name. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Third Person

In this film about love and relationships, Michael (Liam Neeson) and Anna (Olivia Wilde) meet in a Paris hotel, and try to avoid the secret Anna is keeping. In New York, Julia (Mila Kunis) is trying to regain custody of her son after being accused of attempted murder. In Rome, Scott (Adrien Brody) meets a beautiful woman in a bar, and is drawn into her complicated and dangerous world. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – A Walk Among the Tombstones

Retired police officer Matt (Liam Neeson) has found a second career as a private investigator, and is drafted in by a drug trafficker, when his wife is kidnapped and killed. As Matt investigates the men behind the attack, he uncovers a series of murders, and finds an unlikely ally. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Nut Job

Surly (Will Arnett) is a squirrel with dreams of a full belly. Together with his rat pal Buddy, he decides to rob a nut cart. Raccoon (Liam Neeson), the head of the wildlife community in the park is not best pleased when the heist goes wrong and Surly is exiled. It is not long before Surly finds a bigger target, and learns some home truths about himself, Raccoon and the animals he has left behind. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – A Million Ways to Die in the West

Albert (Seth MacFarlane) is the biggest coward in the small Frontier town of Old Stump. When he talks his way out of a gun fight, his girlfriend Louise (Amanda Seyfried) breaks up with him, making Albert determined to win her back. It’s around then that a mysterious woman, Anna (Charlize Theron) blows into town, and strikes up a friendship with our cowardly hero. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Khumba

When zebra Khumba (Jake T. Austin) is born only half covered with stripes, his superstitious herd believe that he is curse on their way of life, and it is he who has caused the drought that befalls them. When he grows older, Khumba sets out to find a magical water hole, break the supposed curse and literally earn his stripes. This is easier said than done however, as Khumba has always lived in a secure enclosure and has little experience of life, and the creatures, that await him outside the fence. Continue reading

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