"I'm not hijacking this plane. I'm trying to save it!"
10 July 2014
Excerpt: Synopsis: During a flight from New York City to London, U.S. Federal Air Marshall Bill Marks receives a series of text messages from a concealed hijacker warning him that one passenger will die every twenty minutes unless a very large sum of money is wired into a special bank account.
Excerpt: I've always liked Liam Neeson in action mode ever since his leading role in Darkman. Then late in his career his badassery was displayed in the sleeper hit Taken. Since then he's done Taken 2, The Grey and Unknown.
Excerpt: When alcoholic and tired of life U.S. Air Marshal Bill Marks boards a routine transatlantic flight from New York to London it appears everything is in order. That all changes when a unknown terrorist texts Marks telling him that $150 million must be wired to him or a passenger will die every 20...
Summary: I have seen all of Liam Neeson's movies, and this one is as good as the others. This was so cleverly made and I couldn't take my eyes from the screen. I would recommend this to anyone that likes working out puzzles or thrillers.
Summary: I went to this movie with very low expectations, but was pleasantly surprised. It is ridiculous, ludicrous, stupid, and the ending is very poor. However, it is damn entertaining! If you want to kill a couple hours, you could do worse. Perhaps wait to watch it on DVD (or on a plane).
Summary: A lot better than I thought it would be. I was not in the mood for this kind of movie. I just knew it was going to be a Taken 3 type. Well it kinda is, but there is much more thinking and suspense than there is bullets flying.
Summary: An amazing popcorn movie. The mystery correctly overpowers the "action" elements and makes this a very enjoyable guessing game. It's fun to again try to figure out what is going to happen next and to try to guess the identity of the bad guy or guys -- or gals!
Summary: Great escape for these awful winter months in the East. Neeson's acting skills keep things believable, and the intricacy of the plot helps too. The supporting cast is very strong, so you can easily believe one minute that they are in on the plot and the next minute that they are innocent.