Non-Stop – 100W REVIEW


It’s Liam Neeson thriller-of-the-month time again. The niche master has carved quite the career since Taken in 2009, but despite his film’s proving popular, Non-Stop is one too many. Neeson stars as a jaded, alcoholic Air Marshall who, while in transit from onboard a flight, is “text-mailed” and told that each passenger will die if millions are not paid. Is it a passenger? Is it Julianne Moore? Like Unknown, director Jaume Collet-Serra’s follow-up is slow, cumbersome and dreary, completely wearing thin the Neeson-as-action-man routine that somehow manages to drag down the reliable Moore with it. Please Stop.


Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra.                                                                                              …

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