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Bill Marks (Liam Neeson; Unknown, Taken) is a burned-out veteran of the Air Marshals service. He views the assignment not as a life-saving duty, but as a desk job in the sky. However, today's flight will be no routine trip. Shortly into the transatlantic journey from New York to London, he receives a series of mysterious text messages ordering him to have the government transfer $150 million into a secret account or a passenger will die every 20 minutes.

Starring:
Scoot McNairy, Julianne Moore
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DVD, Blu-ray

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  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 46 minutes
Starring Scoot McNairy, Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson
Director Jaume Collet-Serra
Genres Thriller
Studio Elevation Sales
Rental release 30 June 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 46 minutes
Starring Scoot McNairy, Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson
Director Jaume Collet-Serra
Genres Thriller
Studio Elevation Sales
Rental release 30 June 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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For Sheer Entertainment value - It's a FIVE.
Former Cop 'Bill Marks' (Liam Neeson) now an Air-Marshall has little in the way of
self esteem these days, events of the past has left him a shadow of his former self.
He's on a routine Flight from 'New York' to 'London'
The Marshall receives a Text from an unknown passenger, a threat is made, the
mysterious caller says he will kill a passenger in 20 minutes time, unless the sum of
150 million U.S dollars is deposited into a designated account within the given time.
'Bill' has to step-up to the mark, he desperately tries to identify the source, however
with the absence of a suspect what can he or indeed the crew do, they have a situation,
arrange the deposit or suffer the consequences.
Early on he believes he's identified the threat, however the Text's keep on coming.
He engages the observational skills of stewardess 'Nancy'(Michelle Dockery) and 'Jen
Summers' (Julianne Moore) who had sat next too, 'Bill' earlier on in the Flight.
Circumstances turn on 'Bill' he becomes a suspect himself.
The situation becomes increasingly desperate and intense as time runs out, passengers
are becoming agitated, realizing there is a problem, but having no answers.......just when
you think it can't get any worse.....
An enjoyable tense affair, set, 40,000 feet high and at 500 miles per hour.....a roller coaster
ride indeed, watch this, you may never want to fly again ?
Features -
* Suspense at 40,000 feet featurette.
* Non Stop Featurette
* Interviews with 'Liam Neeson' - 'Julianne Moore' - 'Michelle Dockery' - 'Juane Collet -Serra'
and 'Joe Silvers'
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Liam Neeson, A Plane, A Hidden Terrorist, Guns. what more could you want? This film is more of a Mystery film compared to Taken but overall an enjoyable fim that can easily be compared and could easily fit into The Taken Trilogy
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Brilliant and would recommend, If you like films such as Crimson Tide and The Hunt for Red October, then this is a must see. Full of suspense, keeps you wondering and guessing right to the end and is definitely an on the edge of your seat ride. If you're a Neeson fan then a must see, but even if you're not, I'd still recommend it.
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By catsholiday TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 14 Feb. 2016
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Liam Neeson plays an ex alcoholic, Bill Marks, now an Air Marshall on a non stop flight to the USA. He seems lucky enough to be travelling Business class and ends up sitting next to Julianne Moore who starts to chat him up.
Bill Marks gets a text on his phone to say that the sender will kill one person on the plane every twenty minutes unless the airline transfers $150 million into an off-shore account. Upon investigation the account is in Mark’s name and then they look into his dodgy history and put two and two together to make six and think it is Marks holding the airline to ransom. Meanwhile Marks has to try and stop the real killer and blackmailer from killing people on the plane with no help from outside.

~~~~~~ MY VIEWS ~~~~~~
The plot is quite good and although an unlikely scenario it had us gripped from early on in the film. The acting of Neeson and Julianne Moore as well as others I thought was pretty good and believable. It is tense and there are several false culprits like any detective mystery has although I did find it frustrating at times with some of the suspects as I had my suspect from quite early one and was correct.

The plane inside looked pretty authentic and I would imagine they might have used a real plane on the ground of course for the filming but I might be wrong I suppose. The setting is pretty much the plane and nowhere else. I have since discovered that in fact the plane was a set and it was built very slightly larger than a standard commercial airliner to allow for Neeson's 6'4" height for filming.
The music score by John Ottman really added to the tension. It was orchestral and the sort that makes background to a film rather than being really memorable tunes.
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I was debating whether to give this film 3 or 4 stars and decided to be generous as it is difficult to come up with an original plot nowadays.And despite the fact that Liam Neeson has basically played the same part in every film he's done lately,he still does it well and is probably the only action hero I can take seriously in this new age of tongue-in-cheek action flicks starring muscle bound 70 year olds and washed up actors who seem impervious to bullets and can still crack bad one-liners after being blown up fourteen times! The reason for my indecision - for a film called 'Non-stop' it starts off quite slow and a bit seen it all before,but is saved as the situation becomes quite tense and genuinely unpredictable,before the quality dips again with a slightly over the top climax.But it did keep me entertained and I didn't figure out whodunnit,which is a rare thing, so it gets 4 stars accordingly.Thriller fans will find something to enjoy and Liam Neeson fans will love it.
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This is an excellent action movie, and it is good for two reasons:
- good acting by pretty much everybody
- plot is not stupid, despite a couple of flaws (access to money and weak "patriotic" excuse for the act)

I especially appreciated it because most of the Hollywood takes of this kind tend to be "snoot in syrup": handsome indestructible hero, sickly sweet kid (or mother and a kid), sexy bad woman among terrorists and pretty obvious outcome. Here for most of the movie motion relied on solid acting and they threw in explosion, shooting and fights only at the end. Oh, there was a child, but not sickly sweet, and the action didn't focus on saving her. A big plus on my predictability scale. And it had nothing to do with jihad.

I wasn't sure if the hero was going to survive or sacrifice himself to save the rest.
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