Tagged with Liam Neeson

[Review] Cold Pursuit (2019) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Cold Pursuit (2019) by Bede Jermyn

Even though it only happens every now and again, it’s always very interesting when a filmmaker decides to do a remake one of their own films. There’s many different reasons why this does happen: 1. the filmmaker wasn’t happy with the original version of the film so they felt that they could improve upon it … Continue reading

[Review] Silence (2016)

[Review] Silence (2016)

Martin Scorsese is a director who has proven throughout his career he can tackle any subject matter, whether it be a biopic about a boxer or a a story about a haunted ambulance driver. With SILENCE he takes on a highly religious film based on the book of the same name. The book itself was … Continue reading

[Review] Run All Night (2015)

[Review] Run All Night (2015)

Liam Neeson is now known as the older man action star, mostly thanks to the surprise hit Taken. He seems to be getting all of these similar roles, not hard to see why because he suits them pretty well and he pulls off being a badass. With Run All Night, Neeson re-teams with the director … Continue reading

[Review] Run All Night (2015) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Run All Night (2015) by Bede Jermyn

I don’t know about anyone else, but it still kind of surprises me that the most successful action star working today just happens to be Liam Neeson. Even though he has been beloved and critically acclaimed Oscar nominated actor for over 30 years now, but it wasn’t until the surprisingly smash hit 2008 action film … Continue reading

[Review] The A-Team (2010)

[Review] The A-Team (2010)

Pop-corn film, no brainer, good time, blockbuster, these are all words which describe The A-Team. When you are told not to take a film seriously, this is the prime example of that. The A-Team is over the top, action packed and silly stuff, and you know when you are in the mood for that kind … Continue reading