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Updated: 03/12/2014 11:22:05AM


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This image released by Universal Pictures shows Nate Parker, left, and Julianne Moore in a scene from "Non-Stop." (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Myles Aronowitz)


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In “Non-Stop,” there can be comparisons to “Murder on the Orient Express,” Agatha Christie’s timeless whodunit story. Except in this modern day scenario, there’s ample action and endless suspects filling an airplane on a trans-Atlantic flight from New York to London.

Tall and serious actor Liam Neeson plays the main character of Bill Marks, a U.S. Air Marshal dealing with depression, alcoholism and a nasty smoking habit. Early in the flight he receives a text message on a secure network from inside the plane (or maybe not). This person threatens to kill someone aboard every 20 minutes unless the government wires150 million bucks to a special account. Marks suddenly has to find and detain the perpetrator among 150 passengers.

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