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  • 'Non-Stop' Review: Liam Neeson Thriller Hits New Left-Wing Low (Major Spoiler Alert)

    03/01/2014 10:55:33 AM PST · by servo1969 · 99 replies
    Breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood ^ | 3-1-2014 | John Nolte
    **SPOILER ALERT** Most of the suspense and therefore enjoyment of Liam Neeson's new action thriller "Non Stop" comes from trying to figure out who the villain is and why this person is doing what he or she is doing. If you read the rest of this article, it will spoil the entire movie for you. Period. You have been warned. There is no question that "Non-Stop" is a well-made, involving, not-terribly-dumb action-thriller that delivers plenty of suspense and endears Liam Neeson further into the heart of those of us who love well-made, involving, not-terribly-dumb action-thrillers. "Non-Stop" is a good movie....
  • Liam Neeson: I may become a Muslim Catholic movie star is thinking about changing faith

    02/04/2012 4:12:03 PM PST · by bimboeruption · 108 replies
    The Sun ^ | 1-25-2012 | PETE SAMSON
    HOLLYWOOD star Liam Neeson is considering giving up his Catholic belief and becoming a Muslim. The actor, 59, admitted Islamic prayer "got into his spirit" while filming in Turkish city Istanbul. He said: "The Call to Prayer happens five times a day and for the first week it drives you crazy, and then it just gets into your spirit and it's the most beautiful, beautiful thing. "There are 4,000 mosques in the city. Some are just stunning and it really makes me think about becoming a Muslim." Liam was raised in Northern Ireland as a devout Catholic and altar boy...
  • Liberal Actor Liam Neeson Says He’s Considering Dumping Catholicism, Converting To Islam…

    01/25/2012 7:31:31 AM PST · by Nachum · 120 replies
    Weasel Zippers ^ | 1/24/12 | zip
    Every moonbat’s fantasy come true. (Huffington Post) — Irish actor Liam Neeson has revealed he is considering giving up on his Catholic faith and converting to Islam. The Hollywood star, 59, was recently filming in Turkish city Istanbul and became fascinated with the muslim faith during his stay. Speaking to The Sun, he said: “The Call to Prayer happens five times a day and for the first week it drives you crazy, and then it just gets into your spirit and it’s the most beautiful, beautiful thing.
  • "Taken" actor Neeson Explains Why Film Doing So Well In US (You Will Like This!)

    02/18/2009 6:57:56 PM PST · by icwhatudo · 78 replies · 3,932+ views
    Bild ^ | 2-18-09 | Self/Norbert Körzdörfer
    As the movie "Taken" passes the 150 million mark worldwide, (thanks to its 3rd consecutive 20 million+ weekend in the US, an interview with its star Liam Neeson has been released from Germany. BILD: "Why do you think your action thriller is number one in the US? Liam Neeson: "We live in a time in which no one wants to take responsibility. Everyone passes the blame onto someone else, the circumstances, the fate. My hero acts. He does what he can do best - kill! But he has a heart of gold." For those who have not seen this movie,...
  • ‘Taken’: Exciting and reactionary (MSNBC: movie for "Bushies")

    01/27/2009 9:43:06 PM PST · by icwhatudo · 24 replies · 1,097+ views
    MSNBC ^ | Jan. 27, 2009 | Alonso Duralde
    "You have to wade through unpleasant racial politics to enjoy the action" -----snip---- "The script also tosses in some “24”-lite torture sequences that will no doubt gladden the heart of any Bushies who miss the glory days of Gitmo. Add to that the film’s “save the white girl from the foreign infidels” plotline — a staple of American cinema going back to the bad old days of “Birth of a Nation” — and there’s a queasily reactionary feel to the movie that detracts from its more incitement-to-riot qualities."