A businessman on his daily commute home gets unwittingly caught up in a criminal conspiracy that threatens not only his life but the lives of those around him.

Full of plot holes but entertaining during the hot days of summer holidays when there’s not much else on other than kids animation. Liam Neeson plays Liam Neeson even though his character is called Michael MacCauley. And if you’ve seen other Liam Neeson movies, you pretty much know what to expect. The premise is interesting. Lots of talking with strangers, plenty of action, some suspenseful moments, and none of it to be taken seriously. If you’re looking for some B movie escapism, you will enjoy it. Ridiculous and over the top — but fun.