Non-Stop Synopsis
During a transatlantic flight from New York City to London, U.S. Air Marshal Bill Marks (Neeson) receives a series of cryptic text messages demanding that he instruct the airline to transfer $150 million into an off-shore account. Until he secures...
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The Playlist

By Drew Taylor
Non-Stop isn't exactly a smooth ride, but as far it being the big screen equivalent of an airplane novel, one that you read on the flight...
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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
The movie's fun. And now, thanks to our annual Neeson thriller, spring can come soon.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Richard Roeper
There’s a good measure of comedic relief doled out between the action sequences, e.g., Neeson coming up with an ingenious plan to placate...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Chris Nashawaty
Once again Neeson is a straight-faced secret weapon. With his lion's roar and can-do fists, he grounds the film's more preposterous moments...
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By Kate Erbland
A relatively high-flying adventure, injecting the always-entertaining airplane-set thriller with some fresh thrills and a cadre of...
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Luckily, Non-Stop has a way-above-average cast for this kind of nonsense.
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Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Writers John W. Richardson, Chris Roach, and Ryan Engle bet that the central hook — Who’s the bad guy? How’s he doing this? — will keep us...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
While it takes stabs at realism, mostly in its use of cellular and computer technology, disbelief must be suspended for full immersion in...
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Slant Magazine

By R. Kurt Osenlund
The latest collaboration between director Jaume Collet-Serra and star Liam Neeson is made with far more care and visual detail than you...
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New York Daily News

By Joe Neumaier
The best twist is how Neeson’s growly presence makes a bumpy ride enjoyable.
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By regbra
We were reluctant to see "Non-Stop" because of the "So-So" ratings given by the critics. We are "So" glad that we ignored them and went anyway. "Non-Stop" is the most thrilling action-packed movie...

High flying Action packed thriller

By Marc DeLeon
In this action packed thriller staring Liam Neeson (Bill Marks) and Julianne Moore (Jen Summers) director Jaume Collet-Serra takes you on a high flying action packed edge of your seat flight of a...


By earlr
Typical NIam movie these days. Non-stop action. The premise is someone on the plane is going to kill one person every twenty minutes until someone deposits $150 MM in his bank account. Lots of...

Better than expected

By flick_dawg
Was not thrilled by the trailers but got a free pass and decided to see it anyway. I like Liam but his movies and acting are so flat and predictably one-dimensional that you know what to expect...


By Roger O Thornhill
Non-Stop is not your ordinary airline in disaster story. It's not one of those in your face screaming terrorist movies because for most of the film you're trying to figure out who is the terrorist....

Another movie trashing the U.S. military

By GammaMoses
In the ever raging war on the U.S. military, Hollywood again is delivering the message that the U.S. military is bad. I don't need to go to movies to be propagandized on Hollywood ideology. The guy...

It was okay

By arj08
I didn't realize it was going to end up being un-American, unpatriotic and anti-US military. It was not what I expected and I thought it was disrespectful. I wouldn't have gone to see it if I knew it...

Excellent action movie

By Kaharra
The movie starts a bit slow and takes a while to develop however it does pick up speed and will leave you on the edge of your seat. Incredible action for a movie that takes place entirely in a...

Scary crashing vehicle movie

By klavierman
This movie brings up the fears of many of what an imminent plane crash might be like with the added suspense of a murder thriller. It is well acted, especially by Liam Neeson. They made the plane...

It's a fun couple of hours

By jacksonmh1430
How can you not like a movie where the star (Liam Neesom) goes through hell on a plane (violent fights, guns, mayhem) and comes out of it with one bruise on his cheek. You gotta love that!!!! It...

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For Intense sequences of action and violence, some language, sensuality and drug references
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 14+ Tense, formulaic, action-packed thriller set on a plane.
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