Producing a movie that makes a villain out of victims of Jihadist terrorism and demonizes our war veterans who are, in reality, heroes who should be revered and respected, isn’t just a bad movie idea, it’s also an inexcusable national disgrace.
Joel Silver should be ashamed for producing such an abysmal film. Universal Pictures should be ashamed for distributing it. And though Hollywood actors are often shallow, mindless simpletons, in this case, even actors should have had the sense to turn down such a horrendous script.
No one associated with the creation of this shameful film deserves our respect or admiration.
Non-Stop is un-American, unpatriotic and anti-US military. It also infers that overthrowing Saddam Hussein and the Taliban, as well as decapitating Al Qaeda’s leadership element, was a bad idea.