Non-Stop

Non-Stop

Non-Stop

Liam Neeson stars in this airline thriller as an air marshal aboard a commercial flight when a nameless assailant covertly presents him with a specific threat: hand over millions of dollars or watch one passenger die every 20 minutes. From the director of Unknown and co-starring Julianne Moore and Michelle Dockery (TV's Downton Abbey).

With the exception of the woman beside him (Moore), Bill (Neeson) must treat every passenger as a suspect. When the clock dwindles down to the first victim, it becomes clear that the threat is no prank. Time becomes more precious by the second, and Bill's control of the situation loosens. And with a flight full of confused and angry travellers on board, the threat of mutiny grows…

2014Rating: M, Violence & offensive language106 minsUSA
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Flicks, Liam Maguren

Flicks, Liam Maguren

Not to be confused as ‘the next Taken’ in any way, Non-Stop could be retitled Agatha Christie’s Snakes on a Plane with its convoluted whodunnit story marinated in chuckle-worthy b-thriller cheese. Alcoholic air marshal Bill (Neeson) is confronted by a mystery texter threatening to kill a passenger every 20 minutes. Yes, it’s completely implausible, but one look at the poster featuring Liam aiming his gun in a descending plane and you should know the film isn’t going for reality-sharpened thrills.

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Variety

Variety

Even in the movie’s most ridiculous moments, Collet-Serra keeps the pacing brisk and knows how to divert our attention with a well-timed bit of comic relief.

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Total Film

Total Film

A nifty lift-off and a tense first hour lead us, disappointingly, to a very bumpy landing. While Neeson and co. do their best, the script just doesn’t deliver where it really matters.

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Time Out

Time Out

If only the climax lived up to the tense first two-thirds... reaches for some pointed post-9/11 political commentary, total brainlessness would have been a better call.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Non-stop is the flimsiest of black box recorders, by contrast, that never threatens to make even intermittent sense, but it hangs together on the bulky shoulders of its star.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

In-flight entertainment comparable to watching the back of the headrest. Just stop.

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