Director: Jaume Collet-Serra
Cast: Liam Neeson , Vera Farmiga , Patrick Wilson , Sam Neill , Killian Scott , Clara Lago , Elizabeth McGovern , Florence Pugh , Jonathan Banks , Roland Møller , Kingsley Ben-Adir
Plot: Michael is an insurance salesman who rides the train every day to go home. One day, his daily routine turns deadly when he is contacted by a mysterious stranger, who forces him to uncover the identity of a hidden passenger on his train before the last stop. Chasing against the clock to solve the puzzle, Michael soon realises that he is caught up in a criminal conspiracy, one that can cause the life and death of himself and his fellow passengers.
My Movie Review: The movie is action-filled thriller set in familiar territory with new technique! The Commuter is a flashy opener for 2018 gets you back to adrenaline as you take journey with them you might feel your inside the train as mystery passenger keeps you guessing too! Liam Neeson is one of the popular actors in this genre and his proving age is just a number as he can do his stunt intensely and stronger than expected taking out bad guys in muscular way! Vera Farmiga is the star to watch there's something about her that is class and mysterious as she make the scene fresh and insightful despite minimal exposure in this entertaining fun ride!!
My Favorite Lines: "Most of us ride this train everyday. We nod, we say hello, but how much do we really know about each other?" "It’s my first time on a commuter train. What about you? Everyday for the last ten years. You must know everyone on this train. I’m sorry, have we met? No, I’m Joanna. Michael. I study human behavior. My job is to answer one basic question. What’s that? What kind of person are you?" "What if I asked you to do one little thing? Would you do it? I’d want to know what kind of thing?Someone on this train does not belong. You don’t know what they look like, all you have to do is find them. Why do it? There's a reward. Don’t leave the train before finding them don’t tell anyone about this offer. What do you know?"