Non Stop Telugu
Genres: Action | Adventure
Quality: 720p Frame Rate: 23.976 (23976/1000) fps
Run Time: 151 min
IMDB Rating: 7.3
Directors: Jaume Collet-Serra [Director] ,
Cast: Liam Neeson [Bill Marks] , Julianne Moore [Jen Summers] , Michelle Dockery [Nancy] , Scoot McNairy [Tom Bowen] ,
Bill Marks is a former cop who after dealing with his daughter’s death by drinking, is now an air marshal. While on a flight from London to New York, Marks gets a text telling him that unless 150 million dollars is deposited to an off shore account within 20 minutes someone will die. He tries to tell the other air marshal, Hammond but Hammond doesn’t believe him.
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Non-Stop is a 2014 action thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Liam Neeson and Julianne Moore. It follows a Federal Air Marshal who must find a killer on an international flight after receiving texts saying a passenger will be executed every 20 minutes until financial demands are met. The film marks the second collaboration between Jaume Collet-Serra and Liam Neeson after Unknown.
An international co-production among France, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada, it was the first film from Silver Pictures to be distributed by Universal Pictures since the end of Silver’s deal with Warner Bros. Released in the United States on February 28, 2014, the film received generally mixed reviews from critics but was a box-office success, grossing $222 million against its $50 million budget.
Two U.S. Air Marshals, Jack Hammond and alcoholic Bill Marks, separately board a British Aqualantic Airlines Boeing 767 from New York City to London. Marks sits next to Jen Summers, who has switched seats so she can be by the window. After takeoff, Marks receives a text message on his secure phone stating that someone will die every 20 minutes unless $150 million is transferred to a specified bank account. Marks breaks protocol and consults Hammond, who dismisses the threat. Marks, however, has Summers and flight attendant Nancy monitor the security cameras while texting the mysterious person to try to identify him.
When Hammond is seen using his phone and suddenly goes to the rear toilet, Marks confronts him. Hammond unsuccessfully offers him some of the money and attacks. Marks secures Hammond in a choke-hold, and as Hammond raises a gun, Marks kills him exactly at the 20-minute mark. Marks finds cocaine in his briefcase. He alerts the TSA, but TSA agent Marenick informs him that the bank account is registered in his name and accuses Marks of being the perpetrator. Pilot David McMillan dies, apparently poisoned, at the 40-minute mark. Kyle, the co-pilot, convinces Marks that he is innocent.
Marks searches the resentful passengers. One of them uploads a video in which Marks accuses and manhandles schoolteacher Tom Bowen, convincing the rest of the world that Marks is the perpetrator. Meanwhile, Kyle is instructed by the TSA to divert to Iceland. Marks persuades programmer Zack White to write a computer virus to make the hijacker’s phone ring. The phone rings in passenger Charles Wheeler’s suit pocket, but he denies it is his. As Marks roughly questions him, Wheeler suddenly dies, foaming at the mouth, at the 60-minute mark.
In the first-class lavatory, Marks discovers a hole drilled into the wall that offers a clear shot to the pilot’s seat, and discovers a dart in Wheeler’s body. He asks a passenger who used the toilet recently if anybody used it after her; she replies that Summers did. Marks accuses Summers of being the hijacker. Summers gets upset, as she had stood by him. She manages to convince Marks of her innocence.
In the meantime, two RAF Typhoon fighter jets meet the plane, to escort it to a military base in Iceland. Jen and Marks manage to unlock the hijacker’s phone, unintentionally starting a 30-minute timer for a bomb. Through words in a television news report claiming that Marks is hijacking their flight, Marks realizes that the bomb bypassed the security checks, and finds it in Hammond’s cocaine briefcase. When some passengers attack Marks, Bowen stops them, believing that the bomb is the first priority. Marks convinces the others of his innocence, and has them move the bomb to the rear and surround it with luggage to direct the blast outward, while everybody moves to the front of the airplane. Marks tells Kyle to descend to 8,000 feet, as the current pressure differential will decimate the airplane if the bomb explodes, although the escorting jets refuse to let Kyle deviate from his course.
Marks, watching the earlier video, notices Bowen planting the phone on Wheeler, therefore implicating Bowen as the true hijacker and mastermind of the murders. Unmasked, Bowen runs to the rear. Marks chases after him, but loses his gun to Bowen. White reveals he is Bowen’s accomplice. Their goal was to frame Marks, thus ruining the reputation of the Air Marshals Service. Bowen wants revenge for the service not preventing the death of his father during 9/11 and, as a result, believes that “security is the country’s biggest lie” and its exposure is inevitable and necessary to get it addressed. Marks persuades White, who is more in it for the money, to try to disarm the bomb, saying that he could not survive parachuting out at this altitude. However, Bowen shoots White. Kyle then suddenly descends steeply against orders, enabling Marks, with Nancy’s help, to kill Bowen. White recovers and attacks Marks, still wanting to escape the aircraft. Marks subdues him, abandoning him to die when the bomb goes off, blowing out the door. Despite the damage, Kyle manages to land the plane safely. Marks is praised as a hero. He and Summers make plans for the start of a possible future together.
Liam Neeson as Bill Marks, a Federal Air Marshal and former New York City police officer whose life fell apart when he lost his young daughter to illness.
Julianne Moore as Jen Summers
Scoot McNairy as Tom Bowen
Michelle Dockery as Nancy, a flight attendant who knows Marks
Nate Parker as Zack White
Corey Stoll as Austin Reilly, a passenger and NYPD police officer
Lupita Nyong’o as Gwen, a flight attendant
Omar Metwally as Dr. Fahim Nasir, a doctor on board the flight
Jason Butler Harner as Kyle Rice, the co-pilot
Linus Roache as David McMillan, the captain of the flight
Shea Whigham as Agent Marenick, a TSA agent and Marks’ contact
Anson Mount as Jack Hammond, the other Federal Air Marshal working on the flight
Quinn McColgan as Becca, a little girl that Bill befriends
Corey Hawkins as Travis Mitchell, a smart-mouthed passenger
Frank Deal as Charles Wheeler, a bankruptcy attorney
Bar Paly as Iris Marianne, a lascivious passenger