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It's like Liam Neeson is in an existential crisis and wished he was a supercop. In this movie he is a total loser with no ambition and suddently he'll kill some people and crash a train to turn his life arround! Again he acts like a sociopath the whole movie only to find out that he was the good guy at the end for nearly killing everyone in the train. Such a hero! The plots tries to be overcomplicated but falls short in the end.
Up to this day, I still don't know if this movie was intended to be a joke or not...I'm also trying to figure out who is the villain here because Liam Neeson sur acts like a deranged psychopath...
Superhuman Liam Neeson destroys Paris and other parts of the world killing everyone with no consequences whatsoever...some fine art here ladies and gents!
I would've love an adaptation of ''The Dark night Returns'' but this one takes a completely different turn. While it has some flaws and I am not a fan of Jesse's Lex Luthor and also has it's share of epic scenes. Hans Zimmer's score is perfect as usual and the casting is no exception. I only wish the ''extedend version'' was the only version available, it has some important plot developpement scenes.