We’ve Taken action to the extreme in this thrill-packed Extended Edition with hard-hitting added footage, plus in-depth commentaries, revealing featurettes and more!
When his estranged teenage daughter (Maggie Grace) is kidnapped in Paris, a former spy (Liam Neeson) sets out to find her at any cost. Relying on his special skills, he tracks down the ruthless gang that abducted her and launches a one-man war to bring them to justice and rescue his daughter.
**Includes Both the Theatrical Version and Extended Cut of the Film Blu-ray
**Extended Cut Audio Commentary by Director Pierre Morel, Cinematographer Michel Abramowicz and Car Stunt Supervisor Michel Julienne
**Extended Cut Audio Commentary by Co-Screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen
**Le Making-of Featurette
**Avant Premiere Featurette
**Inside Action Side-by-Side Scene Comparisons
**Black Ops Field Manual
Cast & Crew
It's the big, dolorous Neeson who makes the movie a keeper.
With some suspension of disbelief and a strong stomach, it's possible to get taken in, or at least absorbed, by this adrenaline-pumping action thriller.
You'll miss out on a good movie if you consider Taken just another January dumping.
I won't tell you Taken is great, but it's great fun.
[Director] Morel keeps Taken moving swiftly. It's never dragged down by excess feelings; instead, it's powered by the potency of the right ones.
A fleet, no-nonsense rescue thriller from the crackerjack French director Pierre Morel, Taken is satisfying (1) for the Gaelic gravitas of its star, (2) its slam-bang chase scenes and bone-snapping martial arts, and (3) the scenic backdrops of Paris.