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A guy with a very particular set of skills, a pair of sisters and an ill father are heading to theaters this weekend with the releases of Taken 3, Beloved Sisters and It’s All So Quiet.
Find out what The Hollywood Reporter‘s critics are saying about the weekend’s new offerings.
Liam Neeson, Forest Whitaker, Maggie Grace and Famke Janssen star in director Olivier Megaton‘s thriller, the third film in the franchise. The movie focuses on a former government operative who goes on the run after being framed for a murder who didn’t commit. THR film critic Clarence Tsui writes in his review that it ends “the trilogy with a whimper rather than the kind of unfettered bang delivered by the first two films.”
A pair of upper-class sisters both fall for the same writer in director Dominik Graf‘s romantic drama. Hannah Herzsprung, Florian Stetter and Henriette Confurius co-star. THR film critic Boyd van Hoeij writes in his review that the film is a “handsomely produced if occasionally rather old-fashioned feeling period drama, which plays like a soap opera in which the characters just happen to have better manners and finery.”
It’s All So Quiet
Director Nanouk Leopold‘s drama stars Jeroen Willems, Henri Garcin and Wim Opbrouck in the story of a man living with his ill father. According to THR film critic David Rooney, the film “is a lovely testament to the talents of Dutch actor Jeroen Willems,” who died in 2013 at age 50, and “this aptly titled, slow-burn drama is also a poignant reflection on solitude, homosexual repression and aging.” Read his full review here.
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