Non-Stop (2014)


 non_stop“I’m not hijacking this plane. I’m trying to save it!” – Bill Marks

Number of Times Seen – 1 (26 May 2014)

Brief Synopsis – An Air Marshall aboard a trans-Atlantic flight received a threat on his cellphone from a hijacker on board and he is the only one who can save all the passengers.

My Take on it – Liam Neeson has proven over the last few years how great of an actor he can be in thrillers.

What’s even more amazing is that he is now 62 years old.

This was a really fun and well done thriller in typical Die-Hard fashion.

The twists and turns continued throughout constantly keeping the viewer guessing which makes it even that much more enjoyable.

A few months ago, I watched Flightplan (2005) and was disappointed in how poorly it was done.  This movie takes a similar themed plot and does it right.

Bottom Line – Very fun Die Hard type action thriller.  Neeson is great as always in these kind of roles. Recommended!

Rating – Globe Worthy

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5 thoughts on “Non-Stop (2014)

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  2. As always, it seems like Liam Neeson can’t get enough of these goofy scripts, and I for one, can’t seem to either. Just as long as they stay fun and exciting. Good review.

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  3. I just reviewed this one and even though you may enjoyed more than I did it was cool to see Neeson in action once again and even better, on an airplane. I enjoyed the director’s sense of claustrophobia and suspense. Good review!

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