This is the third installment of the Taken series. This time the plot is a bit different. Instead of someone being taken like the first two films, in this it becomes personal as Bryan Mills' (Liam Neeson) ex-wife (Famke Janssen) is killed and Mills is framed. In this movie there is much violence and vehicles crashing. Much of the violence is aimed at the police. Which makes the final result a bit confusing. Liam must stay free in order to solve this crime, and the police of course want to bring him in as he is their prime suspect.
I was confused with one aspect of the plot. His daughter (Maggie Grace) is kidnapped at the end, however I am not sure of the motivation; except that maybe the murderer kidnapper is working for someone. Anyway, when everything gets resolved, Mills is given a walk. There is no repercussion from the police after Mills caused multiple accidents, many involving police officers, and assaulted officers on several occasions.
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