Liam Neeson has become the go-to asskicker of late. Even more so than Jason Statham, audiences have responded to Neeson’s world-weary charms and commanding presence. So it should be no surprise that Jaume Collet-Serra’s Non-Stop was a modest hit earlier this year. Neeson stars as air marshal Bill Marks, who is forced to act when he’s contacted on an international flight to deliver a $150 Million ransom or a passenger will die every twenty minutes. My review of Non-Stop follows after the jump.