Taken 3

Taken 3 (2015)

Continuity mistake: When Stuart is leaving the building, he enters a previous generation Mercedes Benz S Class. The next couple of shots where he is being followed by Bryan shows the newly redesigned S Class.

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Factual error: The police release Bryan once it is proved he didn't kill his wife. However, they ignore the multiple murders committed by Bryan (for example, he killed bodyguards that were just doing their job), easily injured - if not not killed - many innocent bystanders in a variety of action man moments (freeway pileup, parking garage explosion, etc) and resisting arrest twice.

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Factual error: After Brian calls Kim to tell her that Lenore is dead, he hangs up and there is a shot of Kim. We hear a busy signal on her phone instead of a dead line.

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More mistakes in Taken 3


Franck Dotzler: If you go down this road, the LAPD, the FBI, the CIA... They're all gonna come for you. They'll find you. And they'll stop you.
Bryan Mills: Good luck.

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Question: Just to clarify Stu's plan. He wanted Lenore dead to take the life insurance policy which he was gonna pay Malenkov with? And would frame Brian to put him in jail?

Chosen answer: Stuart told Bryan that he owed a large debt to his former business partner and ex-Spetsnaz operative, Oleg Malankov. To pay him off, Stuart had Lenore murdered for the insurance money. He framed Bryan and revealed his identity to Malankov because he was jealous that Lenore still loved Bryan.

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Question: In a movie where a person is waterboarded, is the actor literally waterboarded? Or is there a type of trick or method that directors use?

Chosen answer: Some water might have been used, but actually waterboarding an actor would be a safety hazard. Most likely some special effects are involved.

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