The story was pretty good. It keeps you guessing and trying to solve the mystery. When it was all over I felt that the explanation was a little weak but good enough if you don’t think about it too much.
Non-Stop was more enjoyable than I thought it would be, however, I wasn’t expecting much.Liam Neeson, as always, is a fantastic choice for the flawed hero character. Even in his 60s he’s still great at close combat action scenes. He’s only getting better at action/fighting due to the number of movies he’s made recently playing that role.