Liam Neeson has bullies to kill … but he does not remember why.
After all, it was a full two months since we wrote about a Liam Neeson thriller … so now it’s time again.
The soon-to-be 70-year-old actor thrives in the trade union “kind hardening with morals” and continues to deliver “Taken” copies on the assembly line. We’re still waiting for “Blacklight” to reach Swedish audiences, but it’s time to check out the next Neeson roll – a revenge roll titled “Memory”.
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“Memory” follows Alex Lewis, a skilled assassin known for his precision. But a job cuts with his code of honor, and when he refuses, he must find and kill those who hired him. Preferably before they find him. To make matters more complicated, his memory has begun to disappoint him and he is forced to question every action he takes.
Guy Pearce plays an FBI agent who is Neeson on the trail and we also see Monica Bellucci in a big role. Directed by Martin Campbell, known for two of the sharper Bond films “GoldenEye” and “Casino Royale”. Does that mean that “Memory” might be a Neeson movie in addition to the usual template? (I probably would not invest money in it. But we will have fun.)