Rated 3.0

Imagine having an accident in a foreign country and going into a coma, only to wake up and find no one you thought you knew knows you. This is the premise, and Liam Neeson is the man whose identity seems to be in question. Neeson’s character tracks down his wife (January Jones), who doesn’t recognize him, and he confronts a man who appears to have taken over his identity (Aidan Quinn). When he finds a taxi driver he met before his accident (Diana Kruger), she’s at first reluctant but eventually gives in to being his investigative sidekick. The circumstances in this thriller, packed with mysteries alongside high-speed car chases through the streets of Berlin, are all very bizarre, although Neeson is ever fun to watch, and Kruger is perfect as the average Jane being dragged into something much bigger than herself. While the buildup to the big reveal in the end isn’t quite as strong as one might hope it to be, the film does a nice job of tying up loose ends and delivering them in a pretty, satisfying package. Cinemark 14, Feather River Cinemas and Paradise Cinema 7. Rated PG-13