After attending the funeral of her grandmother in Dallas, the Lux Atlantic Hotel manager Lisa is waiting for a flight to Miami. Due to the bad weather and consequent flight delay, she meets in the airport bar Jack Rippner, who is also in the waiting list. They sit together in the plane, and Jack reveals that he wants Lisa to change the room in Lux of an important American politician to facilitate a terrorist attempt against him. Otherwise, Lisa's father will be killed by a hit man. Lisa has to decide what to do with the menacing man at her side.
- Category:Thriller, Mystery
- Stars:Rachel McAdams, Cillian Murphy, Brian Cox, Laura Johnson, Max Kasch, Jayma Mays, Angela Paton, Suzie Plakson, Jack Scalia, Terry Press, Robert Pine, Carl Gilliard, Mary Kathleen Gordon, Loren Lester, Philip Pavel,
- Director:Wes Craven,
- Writer:Carl Ellsworth (screenplay), Carl Ellsworth (story), Dan Foos (story)
The movie follows a hotel manager ensnared in an assassination plot by a terrorist while aboard a red-eye flight to Miami. Threatened by the potential murder of her father, she is pulled into a plot to assist her captor in offing a politician. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: What a dud. poorly written, poorly acted, no chemistry, no heart. Pitiful monologues that illuminate Woody Allen's own sick mind. Plot veers awkwardly close to the reality of Allen's own marriage to a dependent child-bride. first time LD hasn't made me laugh
(de) wrote: And i quote " HAAAA HAAA HAAHAHAHA HAAAAHAHAHAAAA! Oh my GOD! This is awful!" i couldn't watch past the first twenty mins. my freind and i took joy in tearing up the cover and shattering the disk after ejecting it from the DVD player. It wasnt much but evil like this needs to be rid from the world, we are one disk shorter now... if you own a copy, can you sleep tonight knowing its sitting up there on a shelf, watching you sleep, waiting to corrupt your mind with aload of toss!?
(mx) wrote: Baumbach has a tone that you can't get away from, and in this movie it's really pronounced, so if you don't like it, the whole thing will really irritate you. It did me, at times, but I also admired the specificity of the writing, the way seemingly throwaway lines were later resurrected, the merciless eye the film had on Margot, and the consistency of the humor (not always funny, but always the same). Like it or not, Baumbach has a vision, and it's his own. I think, too, I like that the movie is willing to mention Alice Munro. I don't know. I was going to say, "Noah Baumbach must have had a fucked up family," but then I didn't want to be one of those people who can't grasp that fiction is a product of the imagination, etc. Then I looked at Roger Ebert's review, and the first thing he said was, "I wonder if his family knew Noah Baumbach was taking notes." So.
(mx) wrote: This movie is rediculous. I go to the movie store and watch most of the new movies that come out, but I never waste my time rating movies although this time, I felt compelled. First, the reviews all state the the movie is "Christian", there is no mention at all that this is a Mormon film. This leads me to belive that the LDS church knows that nobody would a) watch the film if it mentioned that it was Mormon b) LDS church is only interested in money, thats why there is no mention of the movies ties on the box c) the LDS church would have to hand the movie out for free like they do the Book of Mormon and people would still throw it in the trash.Next, there is only so much feely-goodness that the average viewer can handle. The sniveling, and crying doesn't make me think any more of this movie.One of the key messages in the movie that [i]no matter what you do God goes on loving you like you are a baby[/i] would be a great Christian message except for the fact that the way the message in the movie was conveyed was that you should go out, shoot some gang bangers, hump some random porn star, God forgives you and go do it all again. (You misunderstood the Bible Richard Dutcher) I won't ruin the ending for those good little Mormons who are excited that there is a movie you can watch, but it was terrible. Just a hint: nobody, NOBODY in L.A. is going to let you cry all over their baby even if you are wearing a name tag, a nice little pressed white shirt and carring a backpack. One word to sum this film up: Garbage. If you are going to buy this movie, you might as well throw out you 20 bucks, better yet and more entertaining, buy a case of beer.
(de) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
(au) wrote: A superbly executed murder mystery, especially considering it was made for television. The film opens with a stage, and onto that stage walks alex (Robert Preston) He's depressed, because today is the one year anniversary of his Fiancee's Death. However, It's also the day he has a reading of his new play. So, he invites everyone who had been at his fiancee's party the night she died to read for him. However, things are not as they seem, and Alex suspects that one of the people there may have murdered his fiancee. He keeps the actors there against their will, and forces them to perform 5 scenes. Each one a possible motive for the murder. The suspense is heavy, and there is a highly paranoid atmosphere, as one doesn't know who to trust, there are quite a few plot twists, and it's one hell of a movie. Although the ending owes alot to the play "Acomplice", It's still a phenomonal film, with a great cast (Including a young Jeff Goldblum) , solid direction, and it's no wonder that it won an award for best original screenplay.
(ca) wrote: Hilarious :) Relaxing and easy.
(us) wrote: I liked this movie despite the propoganda.
(gb) wrote: known only as MM's movie #2
(jp) wrote: This portrait of Eastern European Jews coming to America at the turn of Century is decent. A man comes to America and quickly adapts to the culture, and even begins to have an affair...so his life becomes decidedly complicated when his wife and child finally arrive. He neglects her for her old country ways, and changes their son's name to the more American Joey, and he continues with his affair. For it's small budget, it is a decent period piece with a fairly accurate portrayal of the plight of the immigrants that came to America at this time. It is almost strange to see Carol Kane in such a dramatic role, as I am so used to seeing her in zany comedy characters.