Opening in Orlando -- Thursday, October 4th

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Taken 2 -- That Liam Neeson, he just can’t seem to keep his family safe. But this time, see, the rub is that he and his wife are the ones who get kidnapped, and it’s the daughter who got snatched the last time who has to help them escape. Herein lies the problem with trying to turn a simple revenge fantasy into a franchise: There comes a point when everybody notices that little equals sign between “constant jeopardy” and “chronic negligence.”  (PG-13)

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