Watch Taken and Domino.
Taken was pretty good, although it was a bit stale towards the end as the entire film was basically just Liam Neeson kicking the shit out of people. It never really felt like he was at a disadvantage, as is the norm in action films. It always just felt like a matter of time until he punched his way through enough henchmen to get to his daughter.
Neeson manages to elevate the film from bog standard action into something better, though. 8/10.
Domino is a weird one, since Keira Knightley is the last person I'd picture as a badass bounty hunter when she wasn't even a believable slightly angry pirate, but she pulls it off really well. It uses that Pulp Fiction thing of showing the story out of order, which isn't really handled very well and adds nothing at all, but the film drops this idea about 20 minutes in and is linear again until right near the end. It also does this weird thing where it shows an event that happens off screen as the characters believe it happens, and then later on shows how it ACTUALLY happens. Again, doesn't work very well.
Strong supporting cast, with Mickey Rourke and Christopher Walken DOES add a lot to the film, however, and the story itself is decent enough. Just wish it wasn't edited so weirdly.
Worth seeing if only for a scene where Keira Knightley dual wields assault rifles. 7/10.