Sunday, March 2, 2014
Movie Review: Non-Stop - PG13
Bill Marks (Liam Neesom) is a Federal Air Marshall aboard a flight from New York to London. He receives a series of text messages threatening to kill a passenger every 20 minutes unless $150 million is transferred to a designated account. Bill tries to let the TSA know what is happening, but the real hijacker does a good job of making Bill look guilty
a series of well-written plot twists make it nearly impossible to figure who is behind the threat. Add that to a great cast (Neesom, Julianne Moore, Linus Roache and others) and you have an excellent movie. One of the more suspenseful movies I've seen. Both the writing and the acting are top notch.
There is lots of action, and a few people do die, but there is no gore or overdone gratuitous violence.
The only content warning is one sensual scene where a couple is being intimate in their seats (covered by a blanket).
This is a very good thriller that you should see!