Liam Neeson just turned 100. That’s not years, but movies. In December, the Irish actor, 69, finished his 100th film. “I can’t friggin’ believe it!” he says of the milestone. “For the first time in my life, I can say I’m really, really proud: I’ve made a hundred movies! It’s just extraordinary.” This month, he’s back onscreen in MEMORY, an action thriller from CASINO ROYALE director Martin Campbell. He plays Alex Lewis, an assassin battling early stages of Alzheimer’s disease who becomes a target himself when he refuses to complete a job assignment from a dangerous criminal syndicate.