Mobster and hit man Jimmy Conlon has one night to figure out where his loyalties lie: with his estranged son, Mike, whose life is in danger, or his longtime best friend, mob boss Shawn Maguire, who wants Mike to pay for the death of his own son.
Frank Martin puts the driving gloves on to deliver Valentina, the kidnapped daughter of a Ukrainian government official, from Marseilles to Odessa on the Black Sea. En route, he has to contend with thugs who want to intercept Valentina's safe delivery and not let his personal feelings get in the way of his dangerous objective.
Liam Neeson returns as ex-covert operative Bryan Mills, whose long awaited 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.Written by
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When St. John is telling Mills about Oleg Malinkov, he states Malinkov was in the Russian army when they invaded Afghanistan. Sam Spruell, who plays Malinkov, was in reality almost three years old when that occurred. He was born in January, 1977, and the invasion of Afghanistan occurred in December, 1979. See more »
When Kim is being tailed by the police detective we see a billboard for Willie A. Watkins Funeral Homes which is located in Atlanta, GA not LA, California. See more »
We are fucked by the same man.
What are you talking about?
Stuart St. John. First, he gets me to kill your wife, then you. And when that doesn't work, he pushes you to kill me, no? Either way, he wins. Your wife... was just part of a business deal, like many before her. It is my turn to lose the game. Finish me! Finish me. I deserve it.
Yes... You do.
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The UK theatrical version was cut to reduce violence in order to get the more marketable 12A certificate. This version was also released in the US with a PG-13 rating. See more »
I am very pleased to know that's at last the final chapter of this juicy, fancy crap trilogy. Product one more time of Europacorp crap factory. Luc Besson's crap factory. Except for jewels such as THREE BURIALS or HOMESMAN, pure masterpieces. So, back to this one, I'd begin to say that I prefer WID CARD, that I watched last week. It was a simple B picture without any pretension, except the one to entertain, nothing else. But TAKEN 3, this big, fancy juicy crap cost at least one hundred and fifty millions dollars and that remains predictable from the very beginning. Action sequences are killers not for the characters but for the audiences. I nearly left the theatre. I was through only after ten minutes. I did not want to disturb the people sitting around me, so I stayed. But I thought all long this crap that I wouldn't make it.
Get away from this at all costs, like a plague. Unless you're a big, a die hard fan of Liam Neeson. OK, he's very fit for his age. But that's all. I highly preferred Denzell Washington in EQUALIZER, back in October. But Antoine Fuqua is not Olivier Megaton.
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