Excerpt: Liam Neeson’s first acting role came in 1978, but his breakout performance as Oskar Schindler in Stephen Spielberg’s Schindler’s List in 1993 landed him an Oscar nomination and made him a star.
Excerpt: Non-Stop closes on ‘Terror at 30,000 feet!’ spectacle, the type of lumbering airline disaster best fitted to the groan inducing drama of late entries in the Airport saga. Oxygen masks fall, slow motion gunshots ensue. It’s eye rolling cinema.
Summary: Liam Neeson plays an air marshal tasked with stopping a murderous but anonymous threat aboard a transatlantic flight. Julianne Moore co-stars in this often tense and exciting distraction of a movie.
Excerpt: The Film Does Liam Neeson ever get tired of kicking ass? Apparently, he's just getting started. After filling his resume with the likes of Darkman , Schindler's List , Love Actually , Kinsey and countless others, Neeson has spent the last six years or so becoming a bonafide action star.
Conclusion: Liam Neeson again proves a reliable protagonist in Non-Stop , in which the actor plays an alcoholic air marshal tasked with protecting the passengers someone is threatening to kill if $150 million isn't wired to an offshore account.
Conclusion: 'Non-Stop' may not be the finest airline action movie - or even the finest Liam Neeson action movie - but it's a better-than-average thrill ride that's more substantive and believable than most of its preposterous cousins.
Conclusion: Action movies are a dime a bullet these days, which makes a suspense thriller like Non-Stop a promising prospect. Methodical and meticulous, it aims to be a brainy, Hitchcockian actioner, heavy on mystery, cloaked identity and shocker upon shocker; a who's-doin-it with nerve and, indeed, a flash of...
Excerpt: I hate airplanes. I really do. Don’t get me wrong, I know they’re about 1000 times safer than driving and when it comes to going overseas, there really is no other option, but I’m a guy who likes his space and let’s face it – airplanes don’t do much to accommodate that.
Excerpt: If you count Taiwan, there are 196 countries in the world and I have been to over 50 of them (which includes 15 countries in Africa). Some countries I have been to many times: Peru, Brazil, India, and France, to name just a few. I am highly qualified to review NON-STOP.