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Top 10 Ways Liam Neeson Can Kill You

VO: Matt Campbell
Script written by Alex Crilly-Mckean He will look for you, he will find you, and he will kill you. Join as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Ways Liam Neeson Can Kill You! For this list, we've gathered the best ways our favorite Irishman has slain, mauled, decapitated and just down right destroyed people all throughout his film career! Special thanks to our user Godslayer79 for submitting the idea on our Interactive Suggestion Tool at WatchMojo.comsuggest

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Script written by Alex Crilly-Mckean

Top 10 Ways Liam Neeson Can Kill You

He will look for you, he will find you, and he will kill you. Join as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Ways Liam Neeson Can Kill You!

For this list, we’ve gathered the best ways our favorite Irishman has slain, mauled, decapitated and just down right destroyed people all throughout his film career!

#10: Dead Body Double
“TAK3N” (2014)

If you think you’re good enough to take down Liam Neeson, then you’re already as good as dead. In the third instalment of the “Taken” franchise, our favorite gunslinger is on the warpath for his ex-wife’s killer. As he closes in on the target, a few crooked security guards stand in his way… unfortunately for them. After Bryan Mills guns down the majority of them, one final guard tries his luck. Too bad our man Liam was hiding under his deceased comrade. Rookie mistake on this bad guy’s part!

#9: A Head Like Soft Cheese
“Kingdom of Heaven” (2005)

He may have only been in the movie for a small amount of time, but being Liam Neeson, he couldn’t resist getting at least one kill under his belt. As enemy forces ambush him and his fellow crusaders, a rather knightly Liam Neeson-as-Godfrey decides not to turn the other cheek in this epic historical drama. What does he do instead? He chases down one of the attackers and buries his sword in the back of his skull. It’s not a pretty kill either, as you can see the head get split in two. But that’s definitely what we’d call going medieval!

#8: Helicopter Ride
“Darkman” (1990)

You think something as insignificant as a chopper filled with armed goons can stop Liam Neeson? In a Sam Raimi movie? Think again. These guys were dead even before take-off. As the many-faced titular anti-hero, Darkman decides to implement some personal traffic control by attaching the copter’s cable to a moving truck. You can see where the scene is leading to a mile away, yet watching it happen is oh-so-satisfying regardless.

#7: The Not-So-Mile High Club
“Non-Stop” (2014)

Put Liam Neeson in any situation and he will find a way to turn even the most mundane of places into a death trap. As a U.S. Air Marshal investigating a possible terrorist threat, he finds himself engaged in a fistfight in possibly the smallest bathroom ever. Though it made not be the typical thing for two people to engage in while in a bathroom thousands of feet into the air, it does end with an intense climax as Liam Neeson comes out on top with a rather brutal neck snap. Talk about turbulence.

#6: The Choker
“Unknown” (2011)

Just because he’s lost his identity doesn’t mean Liam Neeson has forgotten how to kill people. As a man struggling to discover what exactly happened to his life following a deadly fall into a river, this doctor-turned-badass finds himself hunting for the truth while assassins are hunting him. He obviously doesn’t take to kindly to it, and this unfortunate soul soon found out.

#5: Don’t Do It, Son!
“Run All Night” (2015)

Fatherhood brings its own set of challenges, though chances are none of them come close to what Liam Neeson has to put up with throughout the course of one hellish night in this crime thriller. As the ex-enforcer tries to protect his son from a mob boss and an onslaught of dirty cops. He manages to prevent him from taking a life…by doing it himself in a much grittier fashion. Grade A Parenting there, Liam…

#4: Death by Coat Hanger
“Taken 2” (2012)

When Liam Neeson gives you a way out, you really should take it. In the sequel to “Taken,” Murad Hoxha, father of one of the kidnappers that was killed in the first film, seeks vengeance against good ol’ Bryan Mills. So he makes the fatal decision to try and “take” our hero’s wife and daughter. This of course leads our favorite leather jacket-wearing marksman to shoot down practically everyone who works for the Albanian mafia leader. When Mills offers to spare Murad’s life in exchange for peace though, he unwisely objects. Thus: death by coat-hanger.

#3: The Groundhog
“Darkman” (1990)

When you want to get even with a hired gun, you might as well do it in the most satisfying way possible. As Darkman, Liam Neeson goes on the warpath to get back at those who destroyed his life. One recipient gets a particularly nasty ending as he’s held up above an open manhole until he comes face to face with an oncoming car. That’s one nasty speed bump.

#2: The Light Switch
“Taken” (2008)

Out of all the people Liam Neeson has killed throughout the “Taken” trilogy, this guy’s death was by far the most satisfying. Coming face to face with the man that kidnapped his daughter, Mills tortures Marko Hoxha with a very basic yet effective style of electrocution. Able to fry his body instantly, the retired CIA field operative reduces the despicable villain to a crying mess with a few flicks of a switch. You should have believed him when he said he would find you, Marko.

Before Liam Neeson bursts in and demonstrates his top way of killing people, here are a few honorable mentions.

The Totally Unnecessary
“A Million Ways to Die in the West” (2014)

12 Step Program
“A Walk Among the Tombstones” (2014)

‘Priest’ Vallon Shows Us How It’s Done
“Gangs of New York” (2002)

The Kicker
“Taken 2” (2012)

#1: The Not-So-Fast
“Rob Roy” (1995)

You put Liam Neeson in a kilt, and he’s still a badass! Playing real-life folk-hero Rob Roy MacGregor, in this adventure flick, Neeson not only delivers a fantastic performance similar to what many consider to be the Scottish Robin Hood, but also his greatest kill. At the film’s climax, Rob Roy faces against Archibald Cunningham, the British aristocrat who victimised MacGregor’s people and raped his wife. While the Chief of Clan MacGregor gets cut up for the better part of the duel, our man finally delivers the killing blow… by holding down his enemy’s sword with one hand to free his other one to practically cut Cunningham in two. Now that’s how you get revenge in the 18th century!

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