Liam Neeson snatched theaters with Taken, a three-part thriller that follows ex-CIA operative Bryan Mills as he kicks ass to keep his family safe. Mills uses a particular set of skills (any combination of guns and knuckle sandwiches) to save his daughter, who's either kidnapped or endangered. His most popular line, "I will find you and I will kill you," has even become the stuff that voicemails are made of.
After raking in upwards of $280 million at the box office domestically with the first installment in 2008 and the sequel in 2012, the Olivier Megaton-directed finale puts Neeson in the hot seat one last time. Framed for the murder of his ex-wife, Lenore, Mills must find the murderers and well, you k...
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