俺の家族に近づくなっ!『96時間/リベンジ』激アツ親父が再び敵をなぎ倒す!!

全米初登場1位、9週連続トップテン入りを果たすなど世界中で大ヒットを記録した『96時間』。娘を救出すると誓った瞬間に冷酷非情スイッチがON!敵を次々となぎ倒していく暴走っぷりと〈非情なまでにエモーショナル〉なノンストップのストーリー展開が、日本でも幅広い観客層を熱狂させた。

そんな"親父の愛"が詰まりに詰まったアクション・サスペンス『96時間』の続編を切望するファンの熱い声に応え、リュック・ベッソン製作&脚本、前作でアクション演技に開眼した名優リーアム・ニーソン主演の『96時間/リベンジ』が遂に完成した!

前作で娘キムを命がけで救い、家族への愛を証明したブライアンは、彼女と元妻をトルコのイスタンブールに招き、家族の絆を取り戻そうとしていた。しかし因縁あるマフィアのボスの魔手が迫り、幸福なバカンスは一瞬にして悪夢に変わる。すかさず捨て身の反攻に転じたブライアンは、再び"無敵の父親"へと変貌を遂げていく......。

 今回、ブライアンが奪還すべき対象は元妻と娘のふたり。しかも迷宮のような異国の地で、別の場所で危機に陥った彼女たちを同時に救わねばならない絶体絶命の極限状況は、難易度&危険度共に前作をはるかに凌駕する。知力と体力の限界超えを要求されるブライアンは、いかなる脱出、探索、追跡、格闘のスキルを駆使し、この神業的なミッションに挑むのか。閃光のごとく疾走し、息をのむほど激烈に、すべての観客の胸を撃ち抜く"父親の愛"がここにある!





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96時間/リベンジ(原題:TAKEN 2)
ストーリー: 全米で大ヒットを巻き起こしたアクションサスペンス「96時間」の続編。元CIA工作員ブライアン(リーアム・ニーソン)は、元妻と娘をイスタンブールに呼び一緒にバカンスを過ごそうとしたが、かつて彼に息子や部下を殺された犯罪組織のボスが、復讐のため一家を襲撃。ブライアンと元妻は組織に捕まり、何とか逃げた娘にも命の危険が...
監督: オリビエ・メガトン
キャスト:リーアム・ニーソン、マギー・グレイス 他
上映時間: 92分 2012年/アメリカ

1月11日(金) TOHOシネマズ 六本木ヒルズ他全国ロードショー

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