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The trailer looks kind of cheesy (Liam Neeson explaining his “skills” to the kidnappers) but SOMETHING has to unseat Paul Blart: Mall Cop this weekend, so why not Taken? It’s gotta be better than Renee Zellweger’s Chilled In Miami New In Town:


If “I will tear down the Eiffel Tower if I have to!” has to become the new “Get off my plane!”, it will still be worth it. Paul Blart must die.

Comments (10)
  1. Rachael Horwitz  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 0

    Where was your outrage during Bangkok Dangerous Lindsay?

  2. Ben  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 +1

    Jean Claude should know better. He’s trying to dave his daughter.

  3. Ben  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 0

    Jean Claude should know better. He’s trying to save his daughter.

  4. how is it that this was #1 two weeks in a row during oscar season?

    epic fail, cinema goers.

  5. “Get Off My Role!” — Harrison Ford

  6. Poo McBottoms  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 +2

    I am confused. I have already seen this movie. But it hasn’t be released. Have I gone back in time? WHAT IS HAPPENING.

    Anyway: IT IS AWESOME. This movie makes me so upset I didn’t become a clandestine operative as a young man.

    Except the Albanians are so not Albanian. Turks perhaps. How hard can it be to find real Albanians. They’re all over Paris, selling burek and stuff.

  7. RobinRubbermaid  |   Posted on Jan 28th, 2009 +1

    I’m sorry but– why are there so many actresses with big Chiclet teeth right now? YOU CANNOT ACT WITH YOUR TEETH.

    • It’s the same one. She died her hair. And I’m betting this movie is less about acting and more about “preventing” and also probably “negotiating” as well as whatever you call it when you jab hooks in a guys legs to get information (24).

  8. I think any sentence can be made better by starting it with “Jean-Claude.” I think that’s how I will start all my sentences from here on.

    Oops. I mean, “Jean-Claude, I think that’s how I will start all my sentences from here on.”

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