The Commuter

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Movie Info & Cast


In this action-packed thriller, Liam Neeson plays an insurance salesman, Michael, on his daily commute home, which quickly becomes anything but routine. After being contacted by a mysterious stranger, Michael is forced to uncover the identity of a hidden passenger on his train before the last stop. As he works against the clock to solve the puzzle, he realizes a deadly plan is unfolding and is unwittingly caught up in a criminal conspiracy. One that carries life and death stakes, for himself and his fellow passengers.


  • Liam Neeson
  • Vera Farmiga
  • Patrick Wilson
  • Jonathan Banks
  • Sam Neill
  • Elizabeth McGovern
  • Killian Scott
  • Shazad Latif
  • Andy Nyman
  • Clara Lago

Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

kind of like that old movie speed with a twist to it....

Walter B
Verified Review

I really like this movie starting with the entire cast and even director and knew even before going to be movie theater that I was going to love and I did, I can’t wait to buy my 4K Baku-ray but if I had the chance I’ll definitely watch it again at the movie theater

Jose M


Jan 12, 2018

The Commuter has nothing so heady as the plight of the forgotten man on its mind. The movie, whose screenplay is credited to Byron Willinger, Philip de Blasi, and Ryan Engle, is flagrantly, even willfully silly, juiced with such corny audacity it frequently made me laugh out loud.

Metacritic review by Sam Adams
Sam Adams
Dec 29, 2017

It's a certified B-movie without superheroes or interplanetary travel, drawing its power from a whodunit, race-against-the-clock scenario that plays as if The Lady Vanishes and Strangers on a Train were chopped up and tossed into the blender along with a slab of CGI and a full bottle of Dexedrine.

Metacritic review by Jordan Mintzer
Jordan Mintzer
The Hollywood Reporter
Dec 29, 2017

What The Commuter lacks in nuance, depth, surprises, logic and serviceable can’t make up for in its effective single-location tension or well-choreographed action, though both rank among the film’s modest highlights.

Sarah Ward
Screen Daily