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Review: Non-Stop

Review: Non-Stop

| On 02, Mar 2014

Non-Stop is the latest addition to Liam Neeson’s already extensive resume of action packed thrillers.

The full title, Non-Stop: the hijacking was just the beginning suggests a pretty full on movie, twists and turns, edge of your seat scenes and I’m letting you know that it does not disappoint!

Without giving too much away, Non-Stop is about Bill Marks (Neeson) a burned out veteran of the Air Marshals service. He views his assignment not as a life saving duty, but as a desk job in the sky.

However this is a Liam Neeson movie so we already know this is no routine trip and lives will have to be saved.

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As his flight travels from New York to London, Marks receives a series of mysterious text messages (why is his phone not on airplane mode!?) ordering to have $150 million transferred into a secret account, or a passenger will die every 20 minutes.

As the movie continues the mystery deepens, developing into a nail biting cat and mouse game that will have you guessing till the very end.

No one can be trusted and everyone is a suspect (free drinks to whoever guesses the villain as it was a shock to me!).

Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (Unknown) and including supporting cast members Julianne Moore and Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) this is one movie of 2014 not to miss!

Non-Stop is more than just your regular action film, it is a 500mph rush of adrenaline, suspense and excitement.

As the credits rolled over the screen you’ll be thinking, classic Liam.

Non-Stop is in cinemas now.