Liam Neeson, one of the world’s most well-versed actors, has finished it again. His latest film, The Commuter, is another thrilling, brave float with a informed plot. From portraying a dynamic father set on getting his daughter back in the Taken cinema to a blackmailed insurance salesman man who has to save his family and his associate passengers on a commuter train, Liam just showed that he is unstoppable.
While it misses a few stops, the movie gives an exciting spin on the life of the every day commuter.
Who is Prynne?
The film follows Neeson’s character, Michael McCauley, an insurance salesman who is before a New York Police Department officer. McCauley gave up the badge to yield a some-more fast life for his wife Karen and son Danny.
For the past 10 years, McCauley has conducted the same routine: arise up at 6am, lick his wife, discuss with his son, wife takes him to the sight station, and he catches the commuter train.
McCauley knows all the unchanging riders and even the sight conductors. McCauley and his wife are getting prepared to send their son to college when he receives the harmful news of being let go from his job. On the way home, McCauley is presented with an intriguing event from a non-regular commuter named Joanna (Vera Farmiga).
Joanna, who claims she is a clergyman that studies human behavior, poses a infrequent review with McCauley which ends with a suppositious question. She continues that there is someone on the sight that doesn’t belong, who goes by the name Prynne.
McCauley must find this person, put a tracking device on them, and he would be rewarded $100,000 dollars. McCauley, at first desiring this to be a joke, finds the down remuneration of $25,000 dollars in the bathroom. He takes the income but immediately changes his mind. Before he could walk away, Joanna forces his palm by melancholy his family after he receives his wife’s marriage ring from a stranger.
McCauley is in a race against time to locate Prynne and learn what the person knows. The story starts to uncover as some-more is suggested when he does locate Prynne and uncovers Joanna’s genuine objective.
Shot with glorious cinematography and well-acted by a unusual ancillary cast, The Commuter does over copiousness of laughs, intolerable moments, and fun movement scenes that show Neeson can stop any form of transportation.
Also starring in the film are Patrick Wilson, Jonathan Banks, Elizabeth McGovern, and Sam Neill.
The Commuter is in theaters now!