Kurt Loder Reviews Non-Stop

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Universal Pictures

Frequent fliers who already resent – okay, loathe – the Transportation Security Administration probably wouldn't be surprised to learn that the TSA was employing armed alcoholics as air marshals on international flights. At this point what would we not believe? Although the possibility of the boozy sky cop looking like Liam Neeson, the go-to middle-aged action man for taut thrillers these days, might seem remote. But, says Kurt Loder, it's a serviceable premise for Non-Stop, a movie in which Neeson plays federal air marshal Bill Marks.

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