- Box Office Bomb: Budget, $60 million. Box office, $31,121,970 (domestic so far), $58,197,039 (worldwide so far).
- Self-Adaptation: Hans Petter Moland directed both In Order of Disappearance and it's American remake Cold Pursuit.
- The Shelf of Movie Languishment: The movie was filmed in 2017, yet wasn't released until 2019.
- Star-Derailing Role: The film appears to have stunted Liam Neeson's career, not just by underperforming, but also with a dark memory from his past that inspired his performance. Mistaken for Racist doesn't even begin to describe the controversy that followed his comments about an attempt to avenge the rape of his sister, and even his clarifying how it went down on Good Morning America (read: he ultimately came to his senses and sought help, and he said he would've done the same thing in a Scottish, British, or Lithuanian community if his sister said a Scot, Brit, or Lithuanian was responsible and he asked his sister for a physical description of her attacker other than race) didn't do much to quell the controversy and help this film's chances.
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