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The Commuter

Why is it I’m so happy “The Commuter” (2018) didn’t suck? Because I was afraid it’d be a lame, Taken-on-a-train knockoff? It kinda was (family in jeopardy, cellphones, ugh), but it also incorporated Hitchcock, … 69 more words

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The Commuter Movie Review

Director Jaume Collet-Serra and his aging action star Liam Neeson collaborate for the fourth time with The Commuter. If you remember their 2014 effort Non–Stop quite vividly, good for you because I had forgotten much of it. 406 more words


THE WIFE - Trailer

Glenn Close seems to be in top form in The Wife. Out on August 3.


The Commuter Travels to Digital HD 4/3 and 4K, Blu-ray & DVD 4/17

Mega-action hero and Oscar® nominee Liam Neeson (Best Actor, Schindler’s List, 1993) proves that no one gets hurt on his watch in The Commuter, arriving on Digital April 3 and 4K Ultra HD™ Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital), Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and On Demand April 17 from Lionsgate. 405 more words


The Commuter (2018)

Plot: A daily train commuter soon realises it’s not going to be the same routine journey home when a woman approaches him with an ultimatum. Someone on this train doesn’t belong, he has to find this person before the end of the line and he’ll receive 100,000 in cash. 228 more words


Ordinary People (1980)

Dir. Robert Redford. Starring Timothy Hutton, Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore

For a movie which places several of its most important scenes in therapy—a movie which is obsessive about getting Conrad (Hutton) to say what it is that’s been eating him up—it’s shocking that no one is willing to tell Beth (Moore), in plain English, that she blames her younger son for killing her older one. 1,465 more words