I sat through most of Taken 2, the Liam Neeson movie, on the edge of my seat - not literally, since I've got long legs and they don't make cinema seats like they used to, but you know what I mean.
There's one bit that made me giggle, on the inside. Neeson's daughter, a learner driver, has to drive a stolen taxi at full speed through the winding streets of Istanbul while being chased by baddies and police. She tells her Dad, who is sitting in the passenger seat beside her, his gun at the ready, that she wants to swap places.
The dialogue goes like this:
Dad: Do you know how to shoot?
Dad: Then drive.
What would have made it perfect for me, as a Dad of two daughters, is if the daughter had followed up with a sulky, "Awwwwwwwwwwwww, what's fair about that?"