Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Non-Stop is an action-packed thriller with plenty of edge-of-the-seat moments that may thrill teens. It could also scare off both young and old viewers from flying, especially if they're already skittish about it since the movie's so tense and realistic. The body count's pretty high, too, served up with a big dose of brutality and some gore, which may prove too intense for younger teens. Expect some swearing, including "f--k," "s--t," and "d--k," and some drinking, too; one character is an alcoholic.
A couple makes out under a blanket. A man's phone reveals a series of photos of a woman's cleavage.
Violence is at the heart of the storyline. A plane full of passengers is threatened by a terrorist traveling with them. People are shot, beaten, threatened with knives, shoved, kicked, you name it. Some of the brawls are so raw -- bones crunch, flesh rips, bodies slam.
Some swearing, including "f--k," "s--t," "dick," "a--hole" and "bulls--t."
Keeping your cool under terrifying conditions can only help you. Asking for help also makes a big difference.
A few labels are seen, including Samsung and Patek Philippe.
Drugs / Tobacco /
One man smokes secretly in the bathroom of a plane. He's later seen contemplating a stiff drink, but doesn't imbibe. A woman downs vodka, seeking liquid courage. A passenger is shown trying to take prescription meds to calm himself.