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Tooken (2015)

R | | Action, Comedy | 26 May 2015 (USA)
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Tooken - The spoof on the popular Taken franchise.


John Asher





Cast overview, first billed only:
Lee Tergesen ... Bryan Millers
Reno Wilson ... Money Maker
Lauren Stamile ... Lenore Millers
Joyce Bulifant ... Edna Millers
Laura-Leigh ... Kim Millers
Cameron Van Hoy ... Jamie Dempsy
Margaret Cho ... Brownfinger
Akon ... Akon
Michael Blackson ... Fake Akon
Ray Abruzzo ... Dalmat
Barbara Moore ... Dirty Lady
Kelly Noonan ... Flight Attendant
Matt Knudsen ... Fireman
Lauren Gores Lauren Gores ... News Reporter
Monty Cox Monty Cox ... Old Man


Bryan Miller's is an ex-CIA agent who is now a security guard. He's divorced with a teenage daughter and a wife ready to remarrying a porn star called "Big Anaconda". His life is unraveling as he cant keep puppies in his car or communicate with his daughter. He buys "Vialis" to try to reenergize his life. Meanwhile the company which causes a fire. His life is full of mishaps, can he save his daughter and wife while trying to save himself? Written by stephen scialli

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Action | Comedy

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Rated R for crude sexual content throughout including graphic nudity, language, violence, and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Lauren Stamile and Laura-Leigh play mother and daughter. In real life, Lauren Stamile is 13 years older than Laura-Leigh. See more »


Brownfinger's sword is obviously made from cardboard. See more »


Spoofs Taken 2 (2012) See more »

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This movie didn't need to be made.
2 December 2018 | by Java_JoeSee all my reviews

We didn't need a sequel to "Taken". It was a fine movie on it's own and one that cemented Liam Neeson as a bona fide action movie star. And since it made money we got a couple sequels that weren't necessary and they weren't as good. But you know what we really didn't need? A spoof of said movie.

Where do I even begin? They literally reference the classic phone call scene at the start of the movie. But in context it doesn't even make any sense. Our hero is in the delivery room, his wife is giving birth and the doctor passes out. Just like that. I guess this is supposed to be funny? And our hero is now supposed to delver the baby. So he threatens it, by giving a truncated version of the phone call speech. Is this supposed to be comedy?

As the story goes on he's lousy when it comes to things being taken, or maybe tooken in this case, around him from his ex-wife leaving to his daughter's virginity. And then, for no reason, gangsters from Albania decide to stick explosives into puppies. Why? I guess they're supposed to be evil or something? And since his puppy has also been explosiveized, he's pushed too far and does something about it.

There was no reason for this movie to be made. Absolutely none. It's not funny. It's not well done. And it totally bombed at the box office showing that parody and spoofs really need a deft hand to make them work.

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Release Date:

26 May 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Busca impag√°vel See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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2.35 : 1
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