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FILM REVIEW: Non-Stop (12A)

| March 2, 2014
Released : 28th February 2014
Rated : 12A
Running Time: 106mins
BBFCinsight: Contains moderate action violence and one use of strong language
Director: Juame Collet-Serra

Stars: Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore, Michelle Dockery, Linus Roache

Now, here’s a good film. Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) is a US Federal Air Marshall boarding a regular non-stop flight from New York to London to ensure its safety. A few minutes into the flight all sense of normality disappears when an unidentified person gains access to a secure communications network and informs the Air Marshall that someone aboard the flight will die every twenty minutes unless a ransom of $150m is paid.

This film is a well thought out action thriller where everyone is a suspect, as events unfold Bill Marks races against time to try to save the passengers. This begs the question ‘How do you kill someone on aboard a packed plane without anyone noticing?’ The killer soon answers that question when the first person on board the flight is killed in a most intriguing way.

The film is 106 minutes of rip-roaring action with Liam Neeson at his very best and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This film comes highly recommended, go and see it you will not be disappointed. ‘Non-Stop’ is a perfectly directed film and is packed with 100% high octane entertainment, it’s cinema as its best in fact the story is believable that sitting in my seat in the cinema was almost as if I was on one of the seats on the plane.

It’s a 10/10 and comes highly recommended from me.

 

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