2018 | DIR. JAUME COLLET-SERRA | REVIEW BY GLENN COCHRANE.
Let me imagine, if you will, the type of back and forth that would take place between Liam Neeson and his agent regarding a new script that’s been sent in. Neeson asks, “Does it have a cell phone?” “Yes,” the agent replies. “I’ll do it,” Neeson responds, without hesitation. The agent suggests that he may like to read the script first, to which Neeson firmly responds, “There’s no need!” It’s the type of relationship that I like to think they would have; after all, it would explain the last ten years of Neeson’s career.