“Taken 3” Brings New Meaning to its Title

Want to fill your weekend with a great Liam Neeson thriller movie? See the action-packed, “Taken 3.”


The amazing Liam Neeson reprises his role as Bryan Mills in this on-the-edge-of-your-seat trilogy, “Taken 3.”

In the past two movies someone is always taken, whether it’s his daughter Kim (Maggie Grace), or his ex-wife Lenore (Famke Janssen), however, they decide to mix it up a little this time.

The film takes place about a year after the events of  “Taken 2” with Bryan finding himself in a new situation.

Instead of hastily fighting his way to save a family member, he becomes a fugitive for the murder of his ex-wife, Lenore.

Framed, of course, Bryan must escape the cops and go underground to clear his name.

He must work against the police as well as the people who actually murdered Lenore.

Bryan does his best to drop evidence he finds for the cops, but refuses to stop until he finds out who took Lenore’s life.

He must stay under the radar, secretly reuniting with Kim and protecting her so the killers don’t decide to go after her next.

Will Bryan find who killed the woman he loves?

Will he seek vengeance or justice?

Go see this great film that throws in an unexpected twist to find out.

This movie was rated PG13 for “intense sequences of violence and action, and for brief strong language.”

It receives a 3.5 our of 5 stars and did really well on opening weekend, bringing in $39.3 million.

I would recommend this movie to adults and teenagers.

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Kara Sasiela

Kara Sasiela

Kara Sasiela is a staff journalist for MBU Timeline majoring in communication studies and minoring in broadcast media and journalism. Along with working in the communications studio, she helps stream various sports games throughout the year. Her love for Christ plays a huge role in her life as well as the importance of her friends and family.


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