Final Approach

Final Approach

Final Approach deals with the mental condition of Amnesia when a stealth test pilot, Col. Jason Halsey (James Sikking), is involved in an air disaster. A psychiatrist Dr. Dio Gottlieb (Hector Elizondo) attempts to help Halsey to recover his memory, but his motives seem strained. Is Gottlieb giving professional help or is he a counter-intelligence agent sent to debrief Halsey?

Col. Jason Halsey (USAF) has just had a terrible air disaster and can't remember a thing -- even his name. Now he must go head-to-head with the psychiatrist Dr. Gottlieb as his only chance ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Final Approach torrent reviews

Angel M (jp) wrote: No le entend el sentido a la pelcula, la sinopsis es 10 veces mejor que la pelcula misma, pareca que haba tomado la cinta equivocada.El hilo de la historia tibio, nunca se consolida, los tramas quedan suspendidos, los personajes dbiles y con una acotacin muy corta.No recomendada.

Duncan S (ag) wrote: Ultra low budget film about a group of teens who go for a road trip and discover that there is (you guessed it) a Dead Hooker in The Trunk. Not completely terrible, but getting there

Salman U (us) wrote: The best thing about bollywood is that when they rip off, they even take the graphic effects and the locations. cute na? love the soundtrack.

Eric N (mx) wrote: I fall asleep easily in the evenings. I dozed off twice during this one. It has no sound track throughout most of the film and it focuses on the people, not on action or drama. And, by the way, it is all in Sicilian Italian.The movie gets interesting about 2/3rds of the way through when the immigrants encounter Ellis Island. No need to give away the details here. Rather I reflected on what my grandparents must have encountered when they came to America from Germany in 1920. In this regard, this is a very good film. We all have immigrant ancestors and it might teach us something about the dreams they had, the excitement of landing in America, the fear of being turned away and the heartbreak of knowing you will never see friends and family again.

Tracy F (ag) wrote: I thought I had watched this previously but I had not. I'm not a Melanie Griffin fan but she was pretty good in this. The storyline was inspiring in the end.

Melanie D (it) wrote: Some good acting, and I quite enjoyed the first part of the film, but the rest of it failed to engage me with the story.

shelly b (kr) wrote: Found it to be a great let down, sounded like it would be much better then it was

Gracella M (kr) wrote: love the movie, but the ending was too tragic..! after 2 years i saw the movie again yesterday and i discovered i still liked it! And Amir-Juhi were so cute together!!

Javier H (es) wrote: A documentary-film which basically revolves around the many problems that Their Satanic Majesties were dealing with during the 1969 US Tour. The film moves with wit and grace and captures the audience with an intelligent, morbid purpose: to show the killing of Meredith Hunter, a young black man whose assassination, led by a racist, hatred member of the Hells Angels, signified the decadence and the end of the Hippie counter-culture movement. It is impressive to see Jagger failing in his attempt to keep people calm during the show, as well as young Tina Turner's performance before the band. But its most astonishing detail is at the end, in which we see a symbolic sunset followed by a disgusted crowd of Rolling Stones Hippie fans questioning themselves, trying to answer how hypocrite is the condition of human nature.

Brandon P (ru) wrote: My fathers all time favorite movie. It's tough to watch at times but Billy Bob Thornton pulls off a masterful transformation as Karl.

Peter A (it) wrote: You could do far worse with many of the bigger budget movies coming out these days. If you can overlook that the low budget, mediocre special effects of this film, you'll enjoy it because it's a great story and the acting is well above average.