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The Commuter

19 Jan, 2018
1 hrs 45 mins
4,371 votes
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Michael, an insurance salesman, during his daily commute to home, meets a mysterious stranger who asks him to join her in her mission to uncover the identity of a hidden passenger on the train before the last stop. As the two work together, Michael soon finds himself in the midst of a notorious criminal conspiracy.
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Verdict: The movie stays on the right track and delivers a great thriller. There is an actor who possesses a unique set of skills. He has played a guy whose family is in trouble and it is up to him to save the day. Time and again, he has proven that the audience will leave []... ...Read full review
Michael MacCauley (Liam Neeson) leads a contented family life and has been taking the same train to his office in New York City since the past 10 years. Things seem to be going fine when he suddenly faces financial insecurity and confides in his friend and ex-colleague, Detective Alex Murphy (Patrick Wilson). Back on the train, MacCauley is accosted by a stranger a woman by the name of Joanna (Vera Farmiga) who makes him an offer too tempting to resist. ...Read full review
You know, a lot has been written about some of the biggest director-actor pairs in modern cinema Johnny Depp-Tim Burton, Leonardo DiCaprio-Martin Scorsese, Tom Hanks-Steven Spielberg but God knows theres a severe dearth of material written about Liam Neeson and Jaume Collet-Serra. Of course, as compared to those duos, Neeson and Collet-Serra are working on a much, much inferior level; theyve exclusively stuck to B-movie thrillers, while the others have won Oscars. But in the genre of their choice, theyre pretty unparalleled. ...Read full review
Liam Neeson, now 65, still packs the charm, particularly in the sort of high-concept thrillers that hes been leaning towards post his reinvention as a slick ass-kicking action hero in 2008s Taken. The Commuter is his fourth film with Spanish-born director Jaume Collet-Serra, and like their previous collaborations Unknown, Non-Stop, and Run All Night it builds and expands on his image as a righteous do-gooder wholl go to great lengths to protect those close to him. ...Read full review
Theres no stopping this thoroughly efficient train-bound action thriller, which pulls out of New Yorks Grand Central at a sedate pace and steadily accelerates through the suburbs, almost in real time, until 90 minutes later were careering out of control in a reckless race against time. ...Read full review
You think Liam Neeson, you think Taken. Well, at least I do. The Commuter is what you would get if for some strange reason, you brought together Takens protagonist into a world a train, in this case rather reminiscent of Murder on the Orient Express. Michael Maccauley (Liam Neeson) is an ex-cop no surprises there and he has a set of very specific skills again, but this time, they are more people-oriented. ...Read full review