Liam Neeson narrates this excellent documentary about Manny Pacquiao Boxing fans know the name of Manny Pacquiao. Widely considered the best pound-for-pound boxer in the entire world, he is …
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Take it away Hyper-dramatic police work and chaotic editing are the memorable parts of Taken 3, a film which is soaking in its own unnecessary existence. Bryan Mills (Liam …
Liam Neeson Shoots More People: The Movie Funny how different 1999 looks on camera in 2015. Payphones, Y2K, microfiche; it’s otherworldly, almost uncomfortably different. In this setting is placed …
A stirringly funny hour long film which tacks on an entire second hour of drowsy humor and sloppy character.
While not as taut as some other flying thrillers, Non-Stop is better constructed.
Nut Job's peppy 70 or so minutes manages to entertain, with enough positive messaging to break it from the labeling of total throwaway.
The feature rakes in a positive vibe despite preachy messaging from understandably worried scientists and islanders
Khumba is suitably gorgeous, breathing life into rarely (if ever?) animated Southern Africa landscapes.
Taken 2 feels like it is in a perpetual rush after spending 30-minutes to set itself in motion.
Battleship screams America, with hot women who love chicken burritos, Liam Neeson, and retired Navy veterans who pose on their battleship as if they're readying an album cover.
Rarely does Wrath tumble into sluggishness, a brisk 90-minutes passing by without so much as blinking before another action sequence sprints into view.
Grey has to explain each and every wolf action because they make no sense otherwise.