Airport 1975

Airport 1975

"Something hit us...the crew is us, please, please help us!" With these terrifying words, 22 of Hollywood's greatest stars find themselves aboard a pilotless jumbo jet headed on a collision course with destruction in the nerve chilling sequel to the greatest disaster movie ever made.

When an in-flight collision incapacitates the pilots of an airplane bound for Los Angeles, stewardess Nancy Pryor (Karen Black) is forced to rescue it and land the doomed airplane. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Airport 1975 torrent reviews

Millo T (ag) wrote: A story which had to be told.

Johnny L (es) wrote: Compelling in its message on the power of text, but visually mediocre.

Tomomi T (kr) wrote: Watched this film at EU film Days 2008 in Tokyo. Acting was marvelous.

Tarik Ali F (kr) wrote: I like this movie because in this movie I like the acting style of Salman Khan. It was a good movie.

JeanPhilippe B (br) wrote: excellent jeu des jeunes acteurs, prenant ( voir en francais avec sous-titres francais !)

Catherine L (mx) wrote: See L'Humanite (1998)

Karthik D (au) wrote: Stellar cast...spendid writing..Gulzars of RGV's best..

Aaron C (fr) wrote: an insightful look at the social pressures to appear witty within the Versailles court and how disconnected they are to the real-life problems faced by the peasants... and engineer-scientists. The diving suit was hilarious, and most of the cast perform admirably, particularly rochefort and ardant.

buddy b (es) wrote: i think i saw this movie, but i really don't remember it... i tend to drink a lot...

Ray T (de) wrote: I've always had trouble with Michael Keaton playing mean tough guys (like in Batman) a way that hoped to imitate Bogart. Yawn.

Tara H (de) wrote: This is about 3 movies rolled into one: gritty depression era drama, screwball/romantic comedy, and of course, Busby Berkeley musical. It excels at all three, and particularly the latter. The only problem with it all is, it's a little exhausting!

Heather W (gb) wrote: So terrible. Bad as a movie, let alone when compared to the book.

Kristopher B (jp) wrote: didn't care for the story or the score.