Non-Stop (Review)

Non-Stop (Review)
Non-Stop (Review)
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Liam Neeson continues his action streak with his portrayal of a U.S. Air Marshall, who encounters lethal threats against the passengers of his transatlantic flight. As is typical of these modern heroes, he’s alcoholic and has other personal demons that serve to add needless baggage (pun intended). The whodunit aspects are compelling: there are a limited number of passengers and suspicion bounces around the cabin. The action is often too jumbled to get a grip, but anxiety rises from time to time. It’s just doesn’t sustain or build tension and spends too much time in paranoid chatter to be the gripping, non-stop ride it promised. NOTE: Look for TheatreVCU grad Jason Butler Harner as the co-pilot.


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