A few years back, Julianne Moore starred in a marital drama-thriller alongside Liam Neeson and Amanda Seyfried called Chloe. Directed by Atom Egoyan, Moore starred as a doctor who fears her husband, Neeson, is having an affair. Instead of just asking him and laughing at the confrontation years later, she hires a pretty, young (pretty and young, not too young...just a clarification) call girl (Seyfried) to tempt her husband.
Chloe sort of spirals completely out of control by the end. It turns into a Fatal-Attraction-meets-Pottery-Barn climax, but I like it on a juicy, incredibly decorated level.
A year before Chloe came out, Neeson starred in Taken, and I don't think I need to rehash what that is, right? Let's just let the man speak:
Today the trailer for Non-Stop debuted, and it reunites Moore and Neeson and adds a dash of Flightplan. I actually feel like this movie could be a decent amount of fun. Neeson plays a U. S. Air Marshall on a transatlantic flight to London, and he begins receiving text messages demanding $150 million or someone on the plane will be killed every twenty minutes. Action at 40,000 feet is the best kind apparently. Sorry, I didn't get that right. Pulse-pounding ACTION at FORTY! THOUSAND! FEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Long way from Downton Abbey, girl.
Is Fruitvale Station responsible for the text message on screen thing? I mean, I don't mind it, but I was just posing a question.
It doesn't look like my lady has much to do in this besides be a mysterious passenger and/or victim. May I make a bold prediction? She's either the villain, or there is some random twist. Something like...he went insane after a horrible accident (the loss of his wife maybe), and Moore is actually the Air Marshall assigned to keep an eye on him. If I am right, I expect to never pay for a movie ticket again. If I'm wrong...well, you can enjoy rubbing my face in it.
Someone's been paying attention in Bruce Willis diving class!