Presently a dedicated extra security sales rep and a minding family man, the previous cop, Michael MacCauley, has taken the worker rail to New York for as far back as ten years. Be that as it may, surprisingly, things will get ugly, when on one of his day by day travels, the enigmatic traveler, Joanna, makes Michael a liberal and enticing idea to find a solitary suburbanite or face grave results. Is this a wiped out joke, or is this undoubtedly a major circumstance? As Michael races with time as the opponent to tackle this evil problem, everybody on board is a suspect, in an arrangement where there’s unquestionably something else under the surface the eye. Would he be able to choose in time who’s the one?
Difficult to accept that it has been a long time since Liam Neeson turned into a surprising activity star with the lean, save however mercilessly viable spine chiller ‘Taken’, and in the decade that is passed solidified his late renaissance with top notch B-motion picture passage like ‘The A-Team’, ‘The Gray’, ‘Obscure’, ‘Relentless’ and ‘Run All Night’. The last three were additionally prominent for being joint efforts with executive Jaume Collet-Serra, and the now 65-year-old has expanded their collaborate with ‘The Commuter’, which sees Serra further make a case for a current Alfred Hitchcock with several high-wire scenes that would surely make the last glad.