Irish-born Liam Neeson had a variety of jobs before abandoning teaching aspirations to join the Belfast Lyric Players Theater. His transition from stage to film occured with a role in "Excalibur" (1981), however his first lead didn't come until "Darkman" (1990). Other big screen films include "A Leap of Faith" (1996), "Les Miserables" (1998) and "The Haunting" (1999)....
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Neeson Honoured At Ny Fundraiser - Belfast Telegraph Neeson honoured at NY fundraiserBelfast Telegraph, United Kingdom - May 10, 2008Liam Neeson has been honoured by an American-Irish organisation at an event which raised a record $3.5m in New York this week. The ceremony in the Lincoln ...Am... Sat May 10, 2008, 10:00 am
"The Mission stars Jeremy Irons and Robert DeNiro, but also includes brief performances from Liam Neeson and Aidan Quinn. The movie is set in the jungles of South America during the late 1700s. Jeremy Irons is a Jesuit priest trying to convert and protect the indigenous people. DeNiro is**cellent in his portrayal of a hot-blooded slave-trader who has a change of heart. Together, they will struggle to save the people from takeover by the commercial exploits of the Spanish and Portuguese.The story moves very well, and the scenery is gorgeous. I believe this film won an Oscar for its cinematography. The musical score is hauntingly beautiful. The message is still powerful today. I would recommend seeing this."
"This is provocative cinema adventure of priests taking Kingdom of God to a native population yet untouched by advancing culture and technology. DeNiro is powerful in role of changed mercenary/slavetrader who jumps sides, while Irons is just superb in role of spiritual giant with magic oboe who leads this people against all odds only to be overran -- or were they?The storyline develops slowly yet beautifully in this magnificent landscape of South America. What makes it all one moving drama is a great soundtrack by Ennio Morricone."
"1 Star? That's right. 1 Star. This movie can't be shown the way it needs to be shown on VHS format. Lucas is just trying pinch every last little dollar out his loyal audience. This movie should be on DVD. VHS can't do it justice. It's a shame Lucas isn't on the DVD bandwagon because a many of his fans watch the Star Wars movies because they want to enjoy the art of it. I'll not spoil a good movie with a VHS viewing just to turn around and buy it a year later on DVD.1 - Star. for a poor choice. 1 - Star for trying to get one up on the fans."