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C Fox reviews the movie "Non-Stop", an action/suspense flick starring Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore, Scott McNairy, Michelle Dockery, Nate Parker, Corey Stoll, Lupita Nyong 'o, Linus Roache, Anson Mount, and Shea Wigham. Directed by Jaune Collet-Serra. Synopsis: A burned out U.S. Air Marshall with a drinking problem on a transatlantic flight receives a text message demanding a payment of 150 million dollars or else people on the flight will die. Can he identify the terrorist in time and save the flight?
Is the movie "Non-Stop" anti-American Lib Propaganda?
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We'll be taking on Liam Neeson's latest venture into action, Non-Stop. Is this as odd and unmanageable as an action film on a plane seems, or is there something to this one?
We'll also give our final notes on the Oscars. We've predicted and talked about the races quite a bit, but has anything changed as we approach the finish line, and are these races as hard to predict as people say?
And, we're going to be sharing some interview with clips with Neeson and the rest of the cast and crew.
The parties are over, the votes are counted, and now it's time to learn who will walk away the big winners at the Academy Awards! Cinema Royale will be joined by film critic and RogerEbert.com contributor Susan Wloszczyna to predict the night's victors. Can 12 Years a Slave hold off the push of American Hustle and Gravity? Will Jennifer Lawrence steal a surprise win from favorite Lupita Nyong'o? Is Cate Blanchett a sure thing opposite the legendary Meryl Streep?
Plus, we'll have a review of Liam Neeson's latest thriller, Non-Stop!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films. They include Liam Neeson's new vehicle Non-stop, the biblical story Son of God, a documentary called Kids for Cash, Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge, and India's The Lunchbox.
An air marshal springs into action during a transatlantic flight after receiving a series of text messages that put his fellow passengers at risk unless the airline transfers $150 million into an off-shore account.
This movie is little more than prep for public to accept more confounded TSA up your pants and xraying your inneards ... at the end, the terrorists blame a 911 military guy demanding more security because 911 should never have happened !!
These no-names and nobodies directing and writing obviously are:1)desperate, 2) need money and 3) have no morals or principals .. this movie already hasnt done well on opening weekend .. lets hope it crashes and burns..
Jon tells me Leeam is a homosupporter too .. well that explains alot !!
John W. Richardson (screenplay), Christopher Roach (screenplay)
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