I mean, what is there to say? Neeson just keeps wasting himself in these brain-dead, incoherent messes. Dougray Scott, also a fine actor, decides to join in on being utterly wasted. Maggie Grace still sucks as an actress. Forrest Whittaker decides that if he can shove enough tics in, he’ll be able to make his utterly forgettable character register and he’ll prove that he’s some kind of method actor or something. Megaton’s direction is brutally bad; the action scenes are just incoherent, deafening blurs. And, oh, yes, there’s a pregnancy subplot shoved in here that is one of the dumbest things I’ve seen in a really long time. God, that last scene of Neeson & Grace is just brutally terrible. Well, at least we’re set up for T4ken (and you know that’s what they’ll call it): it’ll be the grandkid that goes missing, right? Oh, also missing from T4ken? Me. Warned against. 1 star.
tl;dr – another in a string of disappointing, stupid action thrillers from Neeson; the drama is as dreadful as expected, but even the action sequences fail to engage. 1 star.