Starring: Liam Neeson (Bill Marks), Julianne Moore (Jen Summers), Nate Parker (Zack White), Scoot McNairy (Tom Bowen), Michelle Dockery (Nancy)
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Length: 1hr 50min
David Denby, New Yorker (Mon, Mar. 3)
Neeson, who brings enormous conviction to these late-career action roles, moves his big body through confined spaces ... with so much power that you expect him to rip out the seats.
Diva Velez, TheDivaReview.com (Mon, Mar. 3)
Non-Stop is no more than one would expect from a B-movie actioner; some thrills and a small bit of action. Despite its deficiencies and lack of inspiration and thanks to the steady and winning presence of Liam Neeson, it's also no less.
John Esther, UR Chicago Magazine (Sat, Mar. 1)
We the audience know Bill is innocent, so we are going to go right on rooting for our protagonist until he redeems himself in front of the rest of the world.
Pete Vonder Haar, Houston Press (Sat, Mar. 1)
But what starts as a moderately engaging, if familiar, exercise (like Airport '77) quickly deteriorates into farce (like The Concorde...Airport '79).
Ed Whitfield, The Ooh Tray (Sat, Mar. 1)
It's fortunate that an above average potboiler need not keep its feet on the ground, especially when set in the air.
John Urbancich, Sun Newspapers of Cleveland (Sat, Mar. 1)
Director Jaume Collet-Serra, working with a script credited to three writers, takes a few twists around conventional wisdoms collected post 9/11. However, moving the story along is another matter entirely.
Matt Brunson, Creative Loafing (Sat, Mar. 1)
This film isn't straight-up fisticuffs and firearms, as it also contains an old-fashioned mystery in the whodunnit vein. Hence, it's more Murder on the Orient Express and less Snakes on a Plane.
Tim Martain, The Mercury (Fri, Feb. 28)
It probably warrants a second viewing, just to see if it all holds together under closer scrutiny once you know its secrets.
Chris Sawin, Examiner.com (Fri, Feb. 28)
When crashing the plane is the only answer to a hijacked plane, when piling all of your luggage onto a bomb is the only solution, and when a heart condition is used to explain why someone likes the window seat, then Non-Stop is the answer.
Glenn Lovell, CinemaDope (Fri, Feb. 28)
... an airborne game of cat-and-mouse ... 'Non-Stop' comes with as many suspects as passengers. Think of it as 'Ten Little Indians' at 30,000 feet.
Dave White, Movies.com (Fri, Feb. 28)
There are no distractions in a Liam Neeson Is Going To Kill You movie. If you are a kidnapper, hijacker, terrorist, sex trafficker or murderer, you are going to be killed by Liam Neeson (exception: you are a wolf).
Peter Galvin, sbs.com.au (Fri, Feb. 28)
This is a near perfect object of 21st century film-technique, the kind of gee-wow-gotcha movie-skill unallied to such apparently insignificant values as story, believability or anything resembling recognisable human behaviour.
Thomas Derwin, FILMINK (Australia) (Fri, Feb. 28)
Go Wilkes! Users Reviews
The film descends into the realm of implausibility, with a marked change in tempo and dialogue that demolishes any tension that the film worked so hard to create.
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