Airline Disaster

Airline Disaster

When the President learns that domestic terrorists have skyjacked the passenger jet her brother is flying, she must choose between family and the safety of the people in the cities below

On the maiden flight of the Starquest, the most sophisticated and enjoyable plane ever, a group of neo-Nazis appears and hijacks it. When the President is informed the news, she must deal with the classical dilemma: to save her brother inside the jet or ensure the safety of the citizens in the city below. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kevin S (ag) wrote: This is the debut film directed by Hong Kong's Anthony Wong. If you're not familiar with football, David Beckham and Michael Owen are two very famous English footballers. Set in Mongkok, Hong Kong, 'When Beckham Met Owen' is a 'coming of age' film for two thirteen-year-old football fanatics. David (Kelvin Lau) and Michael (Eric Leung) are best friends, they are classmates, they play football together and they spend most of their time together. Their youthful world is captured in football outtakes, split-screen conversations and clever stop-start video editing. Forever competitive on the field, they start to find themselves being competitve for the attention of a young girl, Winnie (Jojo Yau). As puberty brings about changes, David becomes more interested in talking about sex whereas Michael doesn't feel comfortable about the subject. Michael's feelings for his best friend start to become complex and he begins to feel detached from his friends. Eventually, Michael must face the feelings he has for David.Anthony Wong has created an interesting, charming, quirky and sincere portrayal of two best friends which deals with everyday problems such as poverty, relationships, school and growing up. At no point was it implied that Michael is gay or labelled queer and I found the ambiguity of Michael's feelings very refreshing. I hope to see more of Wong's work in the future.

horse c (ca) wrote: Lord, have mercy...Depressing movie-making at it's best

Brad S (it) wrote: This is a very powerful film from director Roberto Rossellini, shot in location in Berlin immediately following the end of WWII. This neo-realist film tell the story of a 12 year boy who spends his day rummaging for food and items for trade to help support his family, which includes a very ill father, a brother hiding from police, and his sister. Gradually the boy ventures down a dark path that forever changes him. The location shooting of the ruins in Berlin really help set the tone for the film which many describe as extremely bleak, and i would have to concur. This is a powerful and emotionally draining film, but very much worth watching as the conclusion to Rosellini's WWII trilogy.

Adam S (nl) wrote: Snappy Clifford Odets dialogue, typically great Nicholas Musuraca cinematography, and cute dance-hall girl Susan Hayward distinguish this 1946 RKO noir, which spins around RKO's New York street sets on the backs of a twisty murder mystery and a handful of breakneck cabs.

Elliott B (jp) wrote: Okish historical epic during the crusades of the 12th century.