Mobster and hit man Jimmy Conlon has one night to figure out where his loyalties lie: with his estranged son, Mike, whose life is in danger, or his longtime best friend, mob boss Shawn Maguire, who wants Mike to pay for the death of his own son.
Now a hard-working life insurance salesman and a caring family man, the former police officer, Michael MacCauley, has taken the commuter rail to New York for the past ten years. But, unexpectedly, things will take a turn for the worse, when on one of his daily journeys, the cryptic passenger, Joanna, makes Michael a generous and tempting offer to locate a single commuter or face grave consequences. Is this a sick joke, or is this indeed a serious situation? As Michael races against the clock to solve this wicked conundrum, everyone aboard is a suspect, in a deal where there's definitely more than meets the eye. Can he decide in time who's the one?Written by
Alex murphy, Patrick Wilson's name is also the name of a Sci-fi police officer- Robocop. See more »
A large number of passengers on the Beacon-bound train disembark at 125th Street. All northbound Metro-North Hudson line trains going that distance to Beacon would not allow anyone getting off that train as 125th Street is a stop only to receive passengers. Also, the majority of these customers would use the nearby NYC subway between Grand Central and 125th Street. See more »
[seeing Joanna reading "The Count of Monte Cristo"]
"What makes a man is what he does when the storm comes." Alexandre Dumas. Read that one a few years back. It's got a hell of an ending. This seat taken? The 6:20 every morning to Chicago. The 5:30 home. You know, I never took your for a commuter.
I'm sorry. Have we met?
The way I figure it, the people you work for, Alex Murphy goes down, you win. That 16-year-old girl dies on that train, you win. You do your job, disappear, the rest...
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The end credits are done in the style of a train map. See more »
I liked it a little better than the majority I guess but I'm a sucker for these typical Liam Neeson movies, ever since the original "Taken" and "Non-Stop". The movie kept you guessing but then it got kind of obvious at the end.
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