A man who has seemingly hijacked a flight. A little cliché, but it works really well.
Liam Neeson plays a Federal Air Marshall who boards a flight which is going to be hijacked. Neeson is getting framed for the hijacking, and to stop it from happening, he needs to find the person who keeps texting him and killing passengers before time runs out. To make matters worse, the killer is picking off the passengers one by one, every twenty minutes.
With a plot that is seemingly like other ‘flight-murder-mystery’ movies, it still stands out from the crowd, entertaining the audience with twists in the plot and some epic jumpy parts. The acting on Neeson’s behalf is superb, and so is the cinematography. The only bad thing I have to say about this movie, is that the script was very predictable in places. Either that or I have watched far too many crime dramas!
A brilliant movie, which keeps you gripped to your seat and guessing throughout!