Non-Stop is out now to download and own in the UK ahead of its DVD release next week. To celebrate the early the digital release, we’re giving away an action DVD bundle from Studio Canal – and a poster for the film.
The film stars Liam Neeson as US Air Marshall Bill Marks, who receives a series of cryptic text messages on a flight to London demanding that he transfer $150 million into a bank account – or a passenger will be killed every 20 minutes.
To win the bundle (which contains Broken City, Rush, Liam Neeson flick Unknown and End of Watch), simply answer this question. The runner-up gets a Non-Stop poster.
Which of these films doesn’t star Liam Neeson?
Send your answer to competition[AT] vodzilla.co by 11:59 on Monday 30th June, along with your name, UK postal address and – if you’re on Twitter – your Twitter username.
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