Liam Neeson

Cold Pursuit

By Lou Thomas

Liam Neeson plays a snowplow driver on the path of revenge in this frost-bitten action-comedy-thriller.

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

By Adam Woodward

Joel and Ethan Coen’s six-part anthology western might just be the crowning achievement of their illustrious career.

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Widows – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Steve McQueen turns his formidable filmmaking talent to the heist genre with impressive and passionate results.

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs – first look review

By Adam Woodward

The Coen brothers are up to their old tricks in this colourful, darkly comic anthology western.

Steve McQueen’s Widows to open the 2018 BFI London Film Festival

By Hannah Woodhead

The festival’s 62nd edition kicks off with the international premiere of the British director’s fourth feature.

The Commuter

By Elena Lazic

Liam Neeson and Jaume Collet-Serra join forces once more for this fast-paced and furiously entertaining actioner.

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Silence

By Trevor Johnston

Scorsese’s monolithic passion project finally arrives, and it’s a ripped straight from his spiritually devout heart.

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Jaume Collet-Serra: ‘If I was in that situation, I would die in two seconds’

By Adam Nayman

The Spanish genre master on directing The Shallows, working with SFX and why Orphan is so funny.

Run All Night

By David Jenkins

Another week, another snarling slab of Neesonalia. This one is a superior sample.

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Non-Stop

By Adam Woodward

More mile-high misadventures as Liam Neeson rolls out his machismo B-movie thing on a packed passenger jet.

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Unknown

By Nell Frizzell

If you’re in the market for yet another Bourne-esque thriller, then knock yourself out.

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Clash of the Titans

By Tom Seymour

A big-budget 3D remake of a classic and popular spectacle film starring the guy from Avatar.

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