370°
Submitted by fblan001 602d ago | review

Taken 2 Movie Review | PhiStars

PhiStars writes "In a world where google map does not exist, people find their way by throwing grenades. Seriously, that was the biggest exaggeration I've ever seen done in a movie. In Taken 2, the father helped guide his daughter to him by having her throw grenades all over Istanbul. For those that do not know, Istanbul is in Turkey. So, this is the week of my birthday. In my house, birthdays are celebrated over a whole week period. Thus, this Friday I went to watch Taken 2 with my family. The movie was similar to the first. However, this time the father and his wife where the ones Taken. It was up to his darling girl to save him." (Cinema, Taken 2) 2/5

Mansour449  +   602d ago
Overrated.
aDDicteD  +   601d ago
didn't like this sequel at all,, it's a big let down cause i really liked the first one. so many things they got wrong in this movie specially the part that they already had Liam Neeson then they left him in a room with her wife and nobody even bothered to guard him.. seriously.. the bad guys here were plain stupid that's why the whole thing was a mess.
fblan001  +   601d ago
that and the wife got chains in her hands while Liam Neeson got light plastic, why not chain him up too. Plus his square high tech cell phone didnt have gps.
ssb3173  +   601d ago
The sequel is not as good as the first and it really just feels like the first film all over again, not giving anything new. That said it's still a quality film and Liam Neeson really makes the role amazing.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

CGM Reviews: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

10h ago - Sin City is essentially a peak into Miller’s deepest and darkest fantasies and while he should ne... | Cinema
30°

Hollywood Huddle Episode 47: Unconfirmed Title

17h ago - Another week, another Huddle! Things discussed? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Leftovers, Mas... | Cinema
20°

Heavenly Sword Blu-ray Review | Metal Arcade

17h ago - Metal Arcade: Jason Bakker writes: Heavenly Sword was a breathtakingly beautiful and criticall... | DVD