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Liam Neeson goes back into action as a small-town man pushed to the breaking point by a drug cartel. Nels Coxman has a good life. He keeps the roads plowed for a small but wealthy resort town in the Rocky Mountains. The mayor even awarded him “Citizen of the Year.” Then his son dies of a heroin overdose–except he's never done a drug in his life. Coxman is convinced his kid was murdered by a drug gang — so he targets the pushers.
This remake of the blackly comic 2014 Norwegian thriller In Order of Disappearance was tailor-made for Neeson. The original film seemed like precisely the sort of film the star would make, so his leading role in Cold Pursuit almost seems like destiny. Action. Dark comedy. A series of wildly escalating events that all ends in killing? Sounds like a great time.
- Liam Neeson
- Laura Dern
- Micheál Richardson
- Michael Eklund
- Bradley Stryker
- Wesley MacInnes
- Tom Bateman
- Domenick Lombardozzi
- Nicholas Holmes
- Jim Shield
Did You Know?
- Unlike the original, this movie will not include humor and will be an action/thriller re-imagining of the 2014 movie source material
- In the final gun battle, many of the guns exhibited muzzle flashes, but there was no action in the gun, i.e. hammer did not release, gun slide did not move, etc.
- Simon Legrew: Your mother's womb must be twitching in regret at bringing you into the world
Atom User Reviews
Do not waste your time!!
like Fargo but funnier and cooler. Must see!
A wholly forgettable movie, most likely to be remembered, lamentably, for its contributing role in Neeson landing in hot water.
The action never stops being fun, and it eventually does make excellent use of the heavy machinery Nels' job requires. Cold Pursuit just gets a little winded, like a 66-year-old action hero working hard at high altitudes.
This English-language remake of In Order Of Disappearance by its Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland doesn’t particularly succeed as a thriller, but the film’s gleeful perversity at refusing to satisfying genre conventions gives it a scruffy integrity all the same.