Taken 3

Taken 3
Bryan Mills has settled into a somewhat normal life. When Lenore, his ex-wife who he was trying to reconcile with, is brutally murdered in his apartment, Bryan finds himself on the run from the police. Relying on his “particular set of skills”, Bryan tries to clear his name and find those responsible for the crime. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for in “Taken 3”.

· Bryan is on the run from the police. He jumps in the sewer and is submerged. A few moments later, he’s shown sitting in the shallow water and his gray shirt is completely wet. Bryan emerges from the tunnel and the top of his sweatshirt is dry while the rest is wet.

· Bryan is being pursued in the police car. He avoids the jackknifed tractor trailer, but when the other cops tell him to “get out the car”, the squad car is hit twice on the sides. A few moments later, a view of the car shows there’s no damage.

· The police are firing on the squad car Bryan is driving. There are several shots fired into the windshield. Bryan drives into the parking garage where a side view of the car is shown. It cuts to a quick front view of the car and there are no bullet holes in the windshield. In the next interior view, the holes are back.

· Bryan water boards Stuart of information. Stuart’s blue shirt is soaked in the overhead view. In the close-up, left side view, when Stuart says, “If you weren’t seeing her behind my back”, his shirt is dry just past the second and third buttons.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Bryan kills Oleg Malankov, who dies on the stairs. In the overhead view, Malankov’s legs are straight out and his head is on the fourth step. As Bryan is leaving, Malankov is in the background and he’s farther up on the steps with his right leg bent and his head on the fifth step. He’s still this way when the police arrive.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Stuart has kidnapped Kim and is boarding a plane to escape. In the background, when Stuart says, “OK, we’re leaving now”, the pilots can be seen wearing blue hats. It cuts to Stuart as he says, “Come on, let’s go,” and the pilots’ hats are gone.

“Taken 3” stars Liam Neeson, Forest Whitaker, Famke Janssen, Maggie Grace, Dougray Scott and Sam Spruell. It runs 108 minutes and is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, and for brief strong language.


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