REVIEW | Run All Night
Liam Neeson plays Jimmy Conlon, a disgraced alcoholic who used to be a fearsome enforcer working for his New York mob boss, Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris). His life hits rock bottom that even his son, Mike (Joel Kinnaman) doesn't want him anywhere near him, his wife (Genesis Rodriguez) or his two young daughters (Giulia Cicciari and Carrington Meyer).
Meanwhile, Shawn's son Danny (Boyd Holbrook) wants to prove his worth to his old man by introducing him some Albanian drug dealers for big business. Unfortunately, Shawn doesn't want to get involved in the drug business anymore since he's already going legit.
Things get messy when Mike, who works as a chauffeur, witnesses Danny kills the Albanian drug dealers one night. Mike manages to escape, but Danny eventually tracks him down to his house and tries to kill him. Jimmy was there at that time, and forced to kill Danny to save Mike. Nevertheless, the chase begins as Shawn deploys all his men to kill both Jimmy and Mike at all cost.
*This review is written courtesy from Warner Bros Malaysia press screening*