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Liam Neeson Liam Neeson
Dr. Martin Harris
January Jones January Jones
Elizabeth Harris
Aidan Quinn Aidan Quinn
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Bruno Ganz Bruno Ganz
Ernst Jürgen
Frank Langella Frank Langella
Rodney Cole
Sebastian Koch Sebastian Koch
Professor Bressler


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Oliver Butcher Oliver Butcher
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Stephen Cornwell Stephen Cornwell
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Smart, diverting thriller entertainment

5 years, 1 month ago at Jun 5 6:29
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"Do you know what it feels like to become insane? It's a war between being told who you are and knowing who you are... Which do you think wins?"

You could be easily forgiven for suspecting that Unknown is merely an unofficial sequel to 2009's surprise hit Taken. The trailers depicted a formidable Liam Neeson manoeuvring the back alleys of a European city full of unsavoury characters... read more

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5 years, 1 month ago at Jun 21 3:29
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Here's a refreshing adaptation of a book*. I've watched this 3 times in 2 days and love it more each time.

First, the adaptation is one of a kind. The book takes place in Paris, while the movie is set in Berlin; there are other differences, mainly HOW the story is told; however the main idea is there: Martin Harris, after waking up from a coma, discovers that another man has taken n... read more

TBR: Unknown

5 years, 9 months ago at Oct 22 15:06
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Here comes another script review for you guys this week with Unknown White Male.
This thriller will star Liam Neeson. It’s supposed to be his next project once he completes The A-Team and Clash of the Titans.

The script was written by Oliver Butcher & Stephen Cornwell (the guys behind Guy Ritchie’s next movie, The Gamekeeper), with some revisions by Dead Like Me’s Karl ... read more
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An American biologist attending a big conference in Berlin awakens from a coma after a car accident, only to discover that someone has taken his identity and that no one, not even his wife, believes him. Then people try to kill him. With the help of an illegal immigrant and a former Stazi agent.
Release date: 18 February 2011
Tags: Thriller (27), 2011 (22), Action (22), Drama (21), Mystery (20), Coma (10), Identity Theft (10), Delusion (9), Based On Novel (9), Liam Neeson (9), Amnesia (8), 2010s (8), Espionage (8), Germany (8), Car Accident (8), Spy (6), Bomb (6), Crime (6), Book (4), Berlin (3)
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"One of those movies where Liam Neeson isn't always the badass Bryan Mills who is trying to look for his kidnapped daughter. "



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