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Christian Science Monitor
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February 02, 2009

Don't be taken in by Taken.
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American Profile
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September 29, 2011

As Kim, Maggie Grace is a bit old to convincingly portray a boppy underage teenager, although she appears to be giving her best to a one-dimensional role that essentially disappears during the movie's slam-bang midsection.
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Movies.com
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April 04, 2011

It's so awesome to see Liam Neeson taking out the trash in pursuit of his prized child.
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Digital Spy
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July 14, 2011

The dialogue is functional at best, Bryan's motives are basic; it's all apt for this bare-knuckle punch of an action movie.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
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February 02, 2009

It's the big, dolorous Neeson who makes the movie a keeper.
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Richard Roeper.com
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February 07, 2009

You've just kidnapped the wrong teenager, Mister Foreign Slave Trader Man.
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Palo Alto Weekly
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February 01, 2011

In Taken viewers are introduced to a new side of Irish actor Liam Neeson, one that is relentless and likes to hit criminals in the throat -- a lot.
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New York Observer
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February 04, 2009

Taken is the kind of exploitative junk everyone expects from no-talent French hack Luc Besson.
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Bullz-Eye.com
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October 14, 2010

Though the film takes some time to get going, once Neeson arrives in Paris, the 91-minute runtime flies by like its stuck on fast-forward.
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New Yorker
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February 02, 2009

[Neeson's] performance is the most perturbing thing in the film, even more so than its electrical-torture sequence or its revelations about sex-trafficking.
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Rolling Stone
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February 03, 2011

It's fun for about 15 minutes seeing Neeson do James Bond as Daddy Dangerous. But the surprise wears off quickly.
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