Liam Neeson's Germany-set movie, which is competing at the Berlin International Film Festival, features a Polanski-esque feeling of paranoia, even though some of its twists are far-fetched.
What do you get when you take Liam Neeson, plop him down in a European capital where he doesn't speak the language and give him an excuse to kill lots of bad guys? You get either the 2009 surprise hit Taken or the new, also generically titled Unknown -- which turns out to be a much more solid thrill ride.
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