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The film benefited from the controversy surrounding its biblical element, luring a respectable number of Christians, Catholic Latinos and African Americans.
The Liam Neeson actioner and the biblical drama open with $30M and $26.5M respectively, ultimately pushing the animated film down to the third spot.
Neeson's Bill Marks has no other choice but finding the hijacker to save people on the plane and prove his innocence.
Neeson plays a U.S. marshal who finds out that he's being set up for an airplane hijacking after learning that his bank account is used by the mysterious hijacker.