CLOSED: Win a double pass to see Liam Neeson’s new film ‘The Marksman’

CLOSED: Win a double pass to see Liam Neeson’s new film ‘The Marksman’

Score some tickets to see the man in action.

Who doesn’t love Liam Neeson. Name one film you don’t like that he is in? Taken? Brilliant! Love Actually? Stunning. Star Wars? AMAZING.

His characters are wise, intelligent, strong, but also deeply passionate about what they care about… and so here we introduce you to his newest film, ‘The Marksman’.

Directed by longtime Clint Eastwood producer Robert Lorenz, ‘The Marksman‘ stars Neeson as an Arizona rancher Jim who becomes the unlikely defender of a Mexican boy, Miguel, pursued by cartel assassins. With both of them now on the run from the relentless assassins and crooked cops, Jim and Miguel’s contempt for each other will give way to understanding and compassion with Jim embracing his role as Miguel’s heroic protector who will stop at nothing to get him to safety.

It really ticks all the boxes for the Neeson brand: a lone wolf-turned-vigilante in pursuit of justice, so if you’re a fan we’d recommend checking it out. The voice alone is enough to get us in those cinema seats, to be honest. Check out the trailer below if you need a little more convincing.

To celebrate the film’s arrival, we’re giving 20 lucky Forte readers the chance to win a double pass each to The Marksman, which is screening in cinemas now. The double pass can be used nationwide throughout the duration of the film’s cinema season, excluding cinema discount days, public holidays and gold class sessions.

To be in the running, all you have to do is enter your name, email and postal address below (so the tickets can be mailed to you).

Competition closes Friday, January 29 at 5pm. By entering, you agree to receive marketing collateral from Forte and competition partners. For more info, check out our privacy policy.

The Marksman is in cinemas now.

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