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Published on Feb 19, 2011
Sometimes I feel as though we don't appreciate Liam Neeson enough. Moving easily between leading man roles and character work, he's able to chew the scenery when a script calls for it and just as easily dial his performance down to a subtle level approaching minimalism. Ever since his breakthrough turn in Darkman, it seems that every time I look up at the screen, there's Neeson, doing good work in films that often aren't worthy of his talents. Such is the case with Unknown, an otherwise soggy conspiracy thriller that Neeson practically horsewhips into watchability. http://www.theparallaxreview.com/in_t...