Broadsheet Trailer Park: Run All Night



What you may need to know:

1. Mob hitman Jimmy Conlon (Liam Neeson) takes on his brutal former boss (Ed Harris) to protect his estranged son (Joel Kinnaman) and his family.

2. Neeson’s particular set of skills seem to be inexhaustible.

3. With Taken 3’s performance at the box office last weekend, the big man’s pension fund must be looking pretty healthy at this stage.

4. This is the third collaboration between Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra (Unknown, Non-Stop). Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

5. Ed Harris people! Next up, Harris will be filling Yul Brynner’s cowboy boots for J.J. Abrams in HBO’s Westworld.

6. Broadsheet Prognosis: Liam’s up all night to Get Lucky.

Release Date: 1st May 2015.

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11 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Run All Night

    1. Drogg

      I just finished season 2 last night after only starting it last thursday it is pretty damn good. But the robocop he did was shite.

        1. Shayna

          To be fair – this is just a trailer. “Taken” was released straight to DVD and now it’s a franchise?

  1. Drogg

    Ok, i will start by saying i am a big fan of b-movies and action movies so this should be an easy sell for me, but its not. How does Jaume Collet-Serra keep getting work? His movies are consistently terrible while having excellent casts. The text font is so bad you should not see this movie let alone all the shots over coloured for some sort of symbolism is ridiculous. Even Liam Neeson, Ed Harris, Common and the wonderful Vincent D’Onofrio can’t save this pile of s**t from flopping. I’d expect a lot more from the writer of Out of the Furnace.

  2. Ultach

    Danny Boy? Check
    Neon Shamrock? Check
    Maudlin sentimentality between old violent buddies turned enemies? Check
    There may be whiskey.
    Can’t wait.

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