Dr Cult-O M.E. Reviews “The Commuter”

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Liam Neeson’s forth collaboration with director Jaume Collet-Serra is on par with the course as Non-Stop and Unknown. Playing a modern day Bronson type, older but still able to mix it up in jabs and gunplay. “The Commuter” is almost the same film as Non-Stop, but it’s a mix-up of “Narrow Margin” and Hitchcock’s “The Lady Vanishes”, a set-up for Liam to run around as a mouse to a cat to find and kill a witness against his will.

It’s good, and Neeson still can act in his age for action. Predictable last act. But still potent runaway train movie.

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