Taken 3 (2014)
M - , , - Jan 9, 2015

Liam Neeson returns as ex-covert operative Bryan Mills, whose reconciliation with his ex-wife is tragically cut short when she is brutally murdered. Consumed with rage, and framed for the crime, he goes on the run to evade the relentless pursuit of the CIA, FBI and the police. For one last time, Mills must use his "particular set of skills," to track down the real killers, exact his unique brand of justice, and protect the only thing that matters to him now - his daughter.

Olivier Megaton
20th Century Fox
Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen
  • 114033

  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
3.14 / 5 (88 votes)

Top Reviews

  • Forest Whitaker turns in one of his sleepiest performances; no one else seems to be trying very hard either, yet director Olivier Megaton delivers some good chases, fist fights, and shots of Neeson looking glum.

    On: 2015-01-16, By: Ben Sachs, Full Review

  • A movie that thinks the way to earn our knuckle-biting is to be as dull as hell for 35 minutes, then send a giant shipping container hurtling along the interstate. But you yawn through that, too.

    On: 2015-01-16, By: Wesley Morris, Full Review

  • Nothing gets taken here except your ticket money.

    On: 2015-01-10, By: David Hiltbrand, Full Review

  • All you need to know about Taken 3 is that Liam Neeson survives an explosive car crash – twice.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Amy Nicholson, Full Review

  • The logy screenplay, by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, sags under head-clutchingly banal dramatic scenes. Only Mr. Neeson’s appeal somehow survives unscathed, perhaps the most impressive stunt of all.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Nicolas Rapold, Full Review

  • Here it’s the audience that gets taken.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Joe Neumaier, Full Review

  • Neeson’s late-life rebirth as an action star may be drawing to a close with this limping, wheezing entry in the “Taken” franchise.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Rafer Guzman, Full Review

  • Taken 3 is such a blatant paycheque gig for Liam Neeson, you almost expect him to stop midmovie to deposit his loot into an ATM.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Peter Howell, Full Review

  • Be warned, sequel fanboys: This thing sucks! At 62, Neeson still has a glare that means badass. Nothing else makes a damn lick of sense. The only thing getting taken is the audience.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Peter Travers, Full Review

  • “Taken 3” is so unintentionally hilarious I couldn’t help but wonder – do movie contracts carry a humiliation bonus clause these days?

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Betsy Sharkey, Full Review

  • All kinds of problems are forgivable in a movie like this if the finished product is exciting. That doesn’t happen here.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Randy Cordova, Full Review

  • If you love the other “Taken” movies, you will like this. But if you’re determined to love it, you’ll have to talk yourself into it – and even then, it might not work.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Mick LaSalle, Full Review

  • It’s the weakest of the trilogy, but Taken 3 kicks just hard enough to survive another day.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Kyle Anderson, Full Review

  • Because Mills’ hyper-competence never seems exciting, it instead becomes giggle-inducing.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, Full Review

  • If you’ve seen Taken or Taken 2, you’ve already been taken, and there’s not much different here.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Claudia Puig, Full Review

  • ​I’ll tell you what got “Taken.” A hundred and twelve minutes of my life got “Taken.”

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Richard Roeper, Full Review

  • Taken 3 is exactly what one might anticipate from an unnecessary sequel in a mediocre franchise.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: James Berardinelli, Full Review

  • The concept is lame, and the execution is lame, too. The more the film advances, the less we care about the plot – or anything that happens to anybody, really.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Bilge Ebiri, Full Review

  • Megaton and editors Audrey Simonaud and Nicolas Trembasiewicz take every fist-fight, shoot-out and highway chase and shred them into milliseconds of mismatched visual information like something out of a latter-day Godard movie.

    On: 2015-01-09, By: Alonso Duralde, Full Review

  • ‘Taken 3’ scores over its predecessor on almost every level: the stakes are higher, the LA locations are nicely photographed and, best of all, there’s an actual plot, with twists and everything.

    On: 2015-01-05, By: Tom Huddleston, Full Review

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    Javairia Urooj

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    Stefen William

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    Kate Ashton