Tag Archive: Liam Neeson

Review: “Run All Night”

Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra deliver up solid, if forgettable, entertainment in their latest collaboration, “Run All Night.”

Review: “A Million Ways To Die In The West”

“A Million Ways to Die in the West”, Seth MacFarlane’s eagerly-anticipated follow-up to his 2012 hit Ted, should really have been titled “A Million Ways to Gross Out Audiences in a Western.”

Clueless Movie Reviews: “Non-Stop”

As in their previous collaboration, 2011’s Unknown, Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra effectively set up intrigue, mystery, and tremendous tension in the early going of Non-Stop. But the film’s methodical pace and emphasis on suspense rather than action will probably prove unsatisfying to viewers hoping for a Taken-like experience.

Clueless Movie Reviews: “The LEGO® Movie”

The LEGO® Movie is credited to four writers, and it feels like it. Plus, it commits the unforgivable sin as far as films geared toward younger audiences: It’s slow to the point of potentially boring the kids.

Clueless Movie Reviews: “Taken 2”

Unlike its predecessor, “Taken 2” is unable to overcome its numerous cliches, leaps of logic, and inherent silliness, despite the best efforts of the still super-cool Liam Neeson and his particular set of skills.

Review: “Battleship”

It’s got a few moments of fun, but you’d be better served just breaking out the board game.