Non-Stop

Synopsis: Bill Marks, a former cop dealing with his daughter's death by drinking, is now a federal air marshal. While on a flight from New York to London, Marks gets a text telling him that unless 150 million dollars is transferred to an offshore account, someone will die every 20 minutes. Can he find the terrorist in time and save everyone?
Director(s): Jaume Collet-Serra
Production: Universal Pictures
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.0
Metacritic:
56
Rotten Tomatoes:
60%
PG-13
Year:
2014
106 min
$80,432,029
Website
61 Views

REPORTER:
(ON RADIO) People have to realize,

we cannot make everybody totally safe,

even if we allocated the entire

federal budget towards security.

I promise you there is

not an easier job...

(CELL PHONE RINGING)

in the whole federal government than

riding first class in airplanes from...

Yeah.

I know. I'm sorry.

No, no, you can trust me. I'm fine.

(PLANE APPROACHING)

What? I can't hear you.

I can't hear you!

(CAR HORN)

MAN:
Hey, man, you got a light?

Sir. Excuse me.

Excuse me, sir. You got a light?

Yeah. Sorry.

WOMAN:
(ON PA)

May I have your attention, please?

MAN:
So, where you off to?

Where you headed?

I'm headed to Amsterdam.

WOMAN:
(ON PA)

May I have your attention, please?

The white zone is for

the immediate loading

and unloading of passengers only.

Here you go, sir.

Enjoy your flight.

MAN:
Everyone and their

mother's in the game right now.

You got Korean phones, Japanese

phones, Scandinavian phones.

OS is trying to keep up with the hardware

from 15 different manufacturers.

Right!

That's what I've been saying.

No one listens to me!

Dude, you're preaching to the choir!

It makes absolutely no sense.

Really? I guess I'm in your way.

New Yorkers, man, I swear to God.

Give me two minutes.

Clear.

Right this way, sir. Please.

Listen to me. Listen to me. I cannot

stay in London for three days.

Get me on the next flight back.

Please, look. This is...

This is a bad time for...

"You have to do what you have to

do." Well, guess what? So do I.

Here.

Long flights are the worst.

No, thanks.

Hi, baby.

MAN:
(ON PA)

Good evening, passengers.

WOMAN:
There's a mix-up

with my reservation.

I was supposed to have a window

seat and they put me in an aisle.

Maybe you could move

some people around,

'cause I was guaranteed

the window seat.

I'm sorry about that, Ms. Summers.

MAN:
(ON PA) At this time we are

inviting passengers with small children,

or who require assistance,

to board at this time.

Once again, in the boarding area,

we are ready to begin our priority

boarding Flight 10 to London.

We'll begin general boarding

in just a few minutes.

WOMAN:
Are you all set to board?

GIRL:
So we have to go on the runway?

Come on, sweetheart.

Is this everything?

Yeah. My mom checked

my big bag for me.

Have you flown by yourself before?

No. This is my first time.

WOMAN:
You're gonna have a lovely time.

NANCY:
Welcome aboard. Yes, just

through there and down to the left.

Nancy, this is Becca. It's her

first time on an airplane.

Wonderful. Who's waiting

for you in London?

My dad.

Well, we've a seat by the

window all picked out for you.

Look, I know it may seem scary,

but flying's really quite fun.

I believe this little

guy made a run for it.

What's his name?

Henry.

Yeah, he looks like a Henry.

That's a good name.

- Well...

- Becca.

Becca, I think Henry's

a little scared.

Maybe you can show

him how it's done.

Good girl.

I'm sorry, am I in your way?

Again?

We are right up here.

ATTENDANT:
(ON PA)

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.

As a reminder, all carry-on luggage

must fit in the overhead bin

or be safely stowed under

the seat in front of you.

If you're having trouble

fitting your luggage,

we'll be happy to check it for you.

Thank you for choosing British

Aqualantic. Enjoy the flight.

JEN:
Do you know, is there

somebody sitting there?

- Do you know who has that seat?

- No, sorry.

WOMAN:
Is somebody sitting here?

Hey, I'm on the plane. And guess what?

They effed up my reservation.

We land at 7:
35.

Did they book a car?

Hang on. Hang on.

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