Movie Review: ‘The Commuter’

From director Jaume Collet-Serra (“Unknown,” “Non-Stop,” and “Run All Night”) comes the latest Liam Neeson action flick “The Commuter.” While it has jokingly been referred to as “’Taken’ on a train,” it’s oh so much more than that. In fact, it’s the best and worst things about all those Neeson films combined… times 10.

This time around, Neeson plays Michael MacCauley, a family man whose finances are in dire straits. He and his wife have taken out a second mortgage on their home, and they’re not sure how they’re going to put their son through a private college. To make matters worse, after ten years of faithful service and a mere five years away from retirement, Michael’s boss at the insurance company he works for abruptly and unceremoniously fires him.

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