Retired CIA man Bryan Mills, nemesis of Albanian sex traffickers everywhere, is back. Will he find some new swarthy skinned asses to kick and family members to save?
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While the film itself is built on hyper-paranoiac, borderline racist ground, even the most po-faced critic would have to admit that 2008's Taken is likely to go down as one of Liam Neeson's most noteworthy roles. Not only did it relaunch the Ballymena-born actor as a stern-faced, one-man-against-the-world action hero, but it reminded us that even the most ridiculous of storylines can be brushed up to something approaching respectability when the star of the show is a bloke with genuine thespian chops.
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