Run All Night

Run All Night

Run All Night

The director of 2014's Non-Stop reteams with Liam Neeson for this actioner about an aging hitman who takes on his brutal former boss to protect his estranged son. Co-stars Joel Kinnaman (RoboCop), Genesis Rodriguez (Man on a Ledge), Vincent D’Onofrio (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), Ed Harris (Pain & Gain) and Common (Now You See Me).

2015Rating: R16, Violence, offensive language & drug use114 minsUSA
ActionDramaMystery
Director:
Jaume Collet-Serra ('Non-Stop', 'Unknown', 'Orphan', 'House of Wax')
Writer:
Brad Ingelsby
Cast:
Joel KinnamanGenesis RodriguezLiam NeesonVincent D'OnofrioEd HarrisCommon

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Run All Night / Reviews

Flicks, Tony Stamp

Flicks, Tony Stamp

Liam Neeson’s late-career transformation into action star has yielded more interesting results than you might expect. Taken was novel purely because of his involvement and is otherwise xenophobic nonsense, but The Grey is a worthwhile rumination on death and masculinity, and Non-Stop is wonderfully daffy popcorn fun. Neeson re-teaming here with that film’s director Jaume Collett-Serra piqued my anticipation for more absurd entertainment, but sadly it was not to be.

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Variety

Variety

Collet-Serra brings an understated intensity and a subtle emotional pull to every scene, aided immeasurably by actors who invest their roles...

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Time Out

Time Out

When the movie is doing its tough-guy-seeking-redemption thing, it’s more than just good.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

This is Collet-Serra’s third and best collaboration with Neeson following Unknown and Non-Stop...

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Has two saving graces: a tight script and terrific acting.

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The Dissolve

The Dissolve

There’s a lot going on in this movie. But all that texture turns out to be a virtue.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It could easily have been titled Non-Stop 2.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

With Neeson on fine form and an encouraging start, it’s a shame that this gritty crime drama feels the need to erupt into a full-blown action movie by the end.

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