A news crew is taken hostage on an airplane set to take off from the Seychelles by a gang of Somali pirates whose leader is driven by one goal: to be interviewed by a prominent member of the crew, legendary journalist Frank Saltzman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A news crew is taken hostage on an airplane set to take off from the Seychelles.
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Caleb D (br) wrote: A little bit weird, and without a really strong story, however I am a little bit bias about writters so I enjoyed all the quotes they used, and the struggle to write, it was just interesting to watch (for me).Favourite Quote: "I remember that it hurt. Looking at her hurt."Quote #2: I could hear my heart beating. I could hear everyone's heart. I could hear the human noise we sat there making, not one of us moving, not even when the room went dark.
Steven R (mx) wrote: All the STEP UP movies has/have far better dance routines! The routines at the end in the final competition were a major disappointment. The only real appeal left to note are the beautiful young women in the main dance crew.
Eduardo C (jp) wrote: Scintillating film about the very first motley crew of French resistance fighters who of course knew they were doomed from the start. What's disturbing is that the French authorities in cahoots with the Nazis' were so very adept at brutal torture, so if you can stomach that, i recommend this.True story of course.
Andrew D G (fr) wrote: Most intense and Shocking Film I've seen in 15 years- BUT, Get the UNCENSORED Directors Cut!!! Watch for the films director, Nick Palumbo furure films- this young visionary of the Scary is on his way to the TOP of the Terror Totem Pole!
Jeffrey N (nl) wrote: Comedy is hard. The hardest, so I hear. When you are at the top of your game as a comedian, you should be able to act. So when comedians like Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler and, in this case, Will Ferrell, attempt drama, assuming the script is right, it should work, but it doesn't always turn out that way. While the script to "Everything Must Go" isn't perfect, Will's performance is darn close. He doesn't, at any point, try to morph into the Will we have come to know in his comedic roles. The story is sad, depressing and real. And Will plays the role perfectly. I feel his sadness, depression, progression through the stages he's moving through as a result of enduring a lot in such a short time. For a many who can command so much in his film roles, I truly hope he does more low-budget, well-written roles like this. He's worth it.
wild willie n (ca) wrote: not a bad little bronson flick - two and a half stars. PG rating hurts it some though. Still its CHARLIE!!
Chuckie S (us) wrote: My rating is for will smith's performance. He is excellent in this film.
Bobby L (ca) wrote: While this is an Asylum movie, it's not the long rumored sequel to 'Dragon', which is too damned bad, because that movie was awesome (in that B-movie way). This isn't quite as fun as that, but is still enjoyable and silly.
Tori D (fr) wrote: It feels like a haunting fairy tale; spanning an age in Spain and the web of lives that conveniently come together and evolve as an excellent werewolf story.
Li K (nl) wrote: I didn't particularly enjoy this one as a kid, I think partly because I couldnt understand a lot of what Peter Ustinov said, but it really has grown on me over the years. It's light and cute and there are days where my brain needs a break and I can get quite lost in it.