Hollywood may be fearing redundant movie plots. Run All Night is not the same old thing but I have a problem with all the “Taken” films Liam Neeson has starred in. I couldn’t stop relating Run All Night to his Taken character. Lately, Liam Neeson seems to star in the same types of movies. Aside from that, Run All Night has a decent plot. A mobster, Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris) and his gang of thugs, including professional hit man Andrew Price (Common) go after hit man, Jimmy Conley (Liam Neeson) and his son Michael Conley (Joel Kinnaman) because Jimmy was forced to shoot Shawn’s son, Danny Maguire (Boyd Holbrook) as Danny was about to shoot Jimmy’s estranged son, Michael. Michael has a pregnant wife and 2 children and drives a limousine for a living. Because of this shooting, the two men have to team up for their survival. Shawn is hell bent on killing Jimmy and Michael as revenge for the death of his son, even if his son was totally in the wrong. The action is pretty good and the direction is thorough. I enjoyed Run All Night but didn’t find it fantastic, just interesting with lots of excitement. It has nothing to do with the Taken movies. Overall, you wouldn’t be missing anything if you wait for the DVD.