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Liam Neeson Stars In Hilarious Taken 4 Spoof

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Weapons training; juggling; horseback riding; origami; three years of high school Spanish.
 
At last, Bryan Mills has listed those very particular set of skills which he bragged about so much in the first Taken film, appearing on Jimmy Kimmel’s show last night to reprise his role as ex-spook Bryan Mills and rescue a kidnapped dog named Paco.
 
Not important work, you say? That may be so, but it certainly doesn't stop Mills’ maniac from sniffing out this poached pooch in highly entertaining fashion, eventually tracking down Fallon’s permed criminal mastermind for a warehouse gunfight. Textbook action movie.
 
Indeed, the B-movie set is almost more at home with the Taken franchise’s plotlines than the megabucks visuals we see on screen - and we can’t see the irony has been lost on Neeson, excelling in this hilarious send up.
 
He could say he’s Taken it seriously.

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