The Borg Queen stops long enough to send us this review.
Non-Stop (B). I enjoyed this film much more than I anticipated, and it even kept the interest of my teenage daughter, which is saying something. The story centers on Bill Marks (played by the always entertaining Liam Neeson), an air marshal on a non-stop flight to London. Shortly into the flight when most people are sleeping, he begins receiving text messages from an unknown number threatening to kill a person every 20 minutes if $150 million is not transferred into a specified account. Chaos ensues. Throughout the movie you keep wondering – how is a person going to be killed every 20 minutes when everyone is in such close quarters and he can see everyone? How is this person getting away with texting Marks without anyone noticing? It’s not the next Lord of the Rings by any means, but the movie maintains a good pace, is humorous at times, and keeps you guessing. My daughter and I made a game out of trying to guess first who the culprit was and how they are doing it. A good rental for a Saturday night with the family.