Kid reviews for Non-Stop

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Common Sense says

age 14+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 8 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 38 reviews

age 11+
This is in my top 25 movies. I think the only thing is that the main character is a bad role model, but overall a great movie.
age 3+

This movie is fine for 11 year olds

lol its a good movie, fine for people who have watched the mission impossibles

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 12+

Mature, exciting edge of your seat suspense

Parents need to know that Non-stop is a violent actioner starring Liam Neeson, when there is a hijacking on the plane to get 150 million falafels, with a threat of one passenger getting killed every 20 minutes, Neeson needs to keep this plane safe and find the hijacker, while dealing with the panic from the passengers and Neeson being accused of the hijacker, this a mature suspenseful and sure to scare some audiences from traveling on a plane, there is some intense graphic action sequences with hard hitting action, gun threats, knives, and lots of brutal hand to hand action with blood, some infrequent language along the lines of s**t, b***h, d**k, and one possible f**k, a couple mild sexual references and on scene were a couple is fooling around on a passenger seat, some drinking and smoking as Neeson films have his character have some smoking and drinking issue. This is a mature suspenseful and scary violent thriller which will be too much for younger viewers, but again this probably won’t appeal to them as most of the film takes place in one location. My suggested MPAA Rating: PG-13 For some sequences of strong action violence, brief strong language and one suggestive moment
age 12+

Very Tense and pretty violent.

There is some violence with guns and fist-fights. There is also some bad language and some drug references when the main character finds a briefcase full of cocaine.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 14+

What parents need to know

ok movie for older teens. one f bomb, 12 s words, and a dozen other, milder profanity. a man takes a pic of a attractive women's half-exposed breasts, and sends it to his friend. a man has his neck snapped. someone is shot in the shoulder and head. a women is pistol-whipped two people are poised. the kill count reaches 6. movie is just ok, pretty intense.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 11+
It’s a great action thriller and it kept me interested the whole time, there isn’t much violence and blood and most of the time or everytime someone was shot there was no blood. The first action scene might be a bit violent so you can skip but that’s fine. I say mature 11 year olds or 10 year olds can watch
age 10+

This movie is good but.....

This movie is really good. One of the best Liam neeson movies. This violence isn’t too bad. The language is plainly pg-13 language. Over all really good.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 10+

Good movie for 10 year old boy

The movie itself was good, it had some violence but not a ton. it was a good movie for a 10 year old boy

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
age 12+

Not my favorite

At the end of the day, the movie was intriguing to watch. Would I recommend it? Probably not. The acting in the movie was a bit cringy and the script was not very well put together. In my opinion Non-Stop was a little too fake. There is no way a plane would ever take off in that kind of stormy weather anyway and here is no such thing as a “unexpected” flight. The movie was a little too predictable and cringy for me so I wouldn’t recommend.
age 12+

Beware!

This was an absolutely great film. Although there is lots of violence, including: Knives, Guns, Strangling, Drowning, Bombs and more. There is smoking and drinking. It also has quite an unsettling tone. I think this is ok for mature tweens and teens and above.