Liam Neeson is back again, and this time he is on an airplane.
Why oh why did you have to go and break my heart?
Liam Neeson is back because his family has been taken again. Go figure.
Looking at Brooklyn Decker is the only good thing about this disaster, on Blu-ray this week.
Apparently this sequel, now on Blu-ray, has a plot.
Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson return for the sequel, in stores now.
, the new Peter Berg action extravaganza starring Taylor Hirsch, Brooklyn Decker and Rihanna, explodes onto theaters today.
The third movie trailer for the upcoming action flick Battleship
is now online, and the trailers actually want you to buy into the fact that it's a blatant Transformers
Liam Neeson crashes in Alaska and is forced to kill wolves to survive. "Forced" is a strong word, however, as he seems to get aroused at the thought of killing the beasts.
Liam Neeson is back in Europe, and that's not a good thing for the bad guys who stole his wife and his entire identity.
Chloe, the newest entry from writer/director Atom Egoyan (The Sweet Hereafter, Adoration), follows in the dramatic footsteps of his past films, bringing to the screen deeply developed and observed characters like few others can.Â While not on the same level as The Sweet Hereafter, Egoyan’s strongest film, Chloe presents a fairly common premise packed full […]
First there was Paul Blart, and then there was Taken. It was only January 2009, and we had two major – and surprise – hits on our hands. I remember when I first watched the movie preview for Taken, the Liam Neeson-starring thriller that looks and feels a lot like a B-grade version of The […]