This a tense and compelling film that shows the flaws of man and the thoughts of those that think their country doesn't go far enough to protect them.
Liam Nesson joins director Jaume Collet-Serra (Unknown) once again to bring you Non-Stop a film about the not so pleasant in flight entertainment.
Bill Marks (Nesson) is a Air Marshal but he is a flawed one as he has a drink problem and those in the know, know about it.
Even though he is seasoned in his job he still hate the take off and he has to wrap a piece of ribbon around his hand to calm himself much to the amusement of Jen Summers, (Julianne Moore, The Big Lebowski ) the passenger in the window seat.
He is contacted on his secure mobile and says it's a go, his job starts here, keeping the passengers safe from all those who may harm the plane or the passengers. After having a cigarette in the toilet he is contacted again this time it's not the office.
The effects here are good as you get to see the conversation without the camera always looking at the phone screen.
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