A Presidential candidate running against the Vice-President plans a trip to the Balkans to negotiate the release of American servicemen being held hostage. Before he leaves, he receives a disk documenting evidence that the Vice-President has been trying to revive the American economy by causing a war in the Balkans. He plans to show it to both sides in the hopes of ending the situation. However, Secret Service agents hijack the Concorde he is on and kill the pilots. It's up to an Air Force officer, nicknamed "Washout" because he can't fly a plane, to land the Concorde. Written by Leigh Roche
- Stars:Brian Bosworth, Shannon Whirry, Michael Dorn, Cliff Robertson, Bruce Weitz, Andrew Stevens, Robert Pine, David Hedison, Jennifer Hammon, John Putch, Charles Cyphers, Ron Chaney, Sondra Currie, Lance Guest, Don Mandigo,
- Director:Fred Olen Ray,
- Writer:Steve Latshaw
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Mach 2 torrent reviews
(de) wrote: One of the better Tracy Morgan ventures.
(it) wrote: I remember being so excited for this movie... while I wasn't old enough to see the glaring flaws in the Star Wars prequels, the awful moments in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull hit the movie hard, and it doesn't get better with time. Kingdom of the Crustal Skull starts out promising and a couple of sequences afterwards are fun but there are too many stupid and downright embarrassing moments to make it a worthy sequel. It doesn't help that the story they chose was a particularly underwhelming one feeling more like Imitation Jones. I mean aliens, really George?
(us) wrote: Let's be honest, it is weak in parts, just ridiculous in others and the whole thing feels like a guilty pleasure. But it is funny, and at 80 minutes, never outstays its welcome. No funnier than an extended tv sketch, but there are plenty worse ways of spending an hour and a half.
(ca) wrote: It's a painful and visceral look at poverty and violence.
(gb) wrote: Admittedly, I have not seen it in a long while so my perception might be off. That said I remember liking this movie a fair bit. Sinbad is quick-witted and smooth and carries the movie. Phil Hartman sets up Sinbad well and offers good physical acting with his exaggerated Middle-America suburbanite mannerisms. The movie fails to cash in on Hartman's versatility and comedic talents, which could have elevated this to another level. The McDonalds product placement is a bit too much, even if it does play a part of the story. A number of the fish-out of water situations are quite funny, and they do not lose their effectiveness as the movie progress. As a kid, I enjoyed it, but it the kind of movie I revisit and think to myself hmmm, when I was a kid, I liked bad movies.
(de) wrote: It's Steven Seagal...just change a few names and location and you know what you get every time.
(it) wrote: Cheesy 50's monster flick of the kind Roger Corman became known for. The monster is not revealed until over an hour into the movie, but I honestly laughed out loud upon seeing it. A point for actually trying with the characters, though.
(ca) wrote: One of my all-time favorite movies!! Every time I see it, I can't change the channel. Dennis Quaid is perfect in it. Such a fantastic father/son movie. My favorite time travel movie. Just perfect all around. I can't say enough good things about it. I love it.
(kr) wrote: We are who we choose to be... now choose! - Green Goblin
(kr) wrote: On the road to nowhere. I'm about half way there but so far it's just a bit dull. Filming some books is probably pointless without a story that is going to work on screen, and this one doesn't. It's not engaging, and I can't identify with any of the characters, though the performances are fairly good in the circumstances, and it looks good so...I might just watch it through. If there's a message then maybe it's that the road is escape. Keep moving and you don't have to face your realities, but you can't stay on the road forever. I've not read the book in many years but could imagine doing so again. I don't expect to watch this film again.
(es) wrote: Better than its reputation.