Leo Brady of AMovieGuy.com reviews “The Commuter”


The Commuter officially cements Liam Neeson into the conversation as a movie legend. Yeah, I said it. The 65-year old native of Ireland has and can do it all. A year ago, he was preaching Christianity in Martin Scorsese’s Silence, voicing a tree-monster in A Monster Calls, and years before that he was protecting his family in the mobster drama Run All Night. It helps that he’s found a sturdy collaborator in director Jaume Collet-Serra. The Commuter is the fourth time these two have worked together and again, it highlights all the reasons we love Neeson. Reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train and a fun mixture of clock-ticking drama, The Commuter is high-speed fun that fans will love.


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