Air America

Air America

Air America was the CIA's private airline operating in Laos during the Vietnam War, running anything and everything from soldiers to foodstuffs for local villagers. After losing his pilot's license, Billy Covington is recruited into it, and ends up in the middle of a bunch of lunatic pilots, gun-running by his friend Gene Ryack, and opium smuggling by his own superiors.

In late 1969, Billy Covington works as a helicopter traffic pilot for a Los Angeles radio station. When he breaks several safety regulations by flying low, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration suspends his pilot's license. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Air America torrent reviews

Stephen C (au) wrote: Great true story. Certainly paints the government at the time in a very bad light. It's all about the money ...unbelievable.

Rachel B (jp) wrote: Chinese Sherlock? The ending is totally unreasonable.

Walter M (ca) wrote: While not having the blood, gore or mayhem one usually associates with a movie with 'revenge' in the title, "Revenge of the Electric Car" is still an astute, if flashy, documentary about the reemergence of the electric car after being unceremoniously trashed only a few years previously. The new developers include Nissan/Renault, GM and upstart Tesla, led by Elon Musk who is not the inspiration for Tony Stark unless he somehow funds a working time machine in the future which I am not exactly ruling out at this stage. The bad news is the documentary does not know what to do with the unprecedented access it has been given to people in power, spending a lot of time on already thoroughly covered territory concerning the recent recession and almost complete failure of the American auto industry. In fact, the documentary would have fared much better if it had focused exclusively on Elon Musk, not in a scrappy underdog kind of way, but because he has more in common with a riverboat gambler with past successes that include Pay Pal and SpaceX and huge struggles in getting his Tesla off the ground which I had been curious about ever since seeing one on an early episode of "Leverage" in 2008.

Kevin P (it) wrote: a lot better than I thought it was going to be

BLACTACULAR (us) wrote: This was hilariously gory. A wolf who cracks jokes as he rips you apart. PRICELESS!!!

jen b (jp) wrote: "a rambunctious inventive chunk blower" MY ASS!!!! soooooooo cheesy with a double side of cheese

Jason H (ag) wrote: I love this movie. Entertaining and inspiring. The music is fun and while it's not historically accurate, it's a great way to inspire kids to want to learn more about the founders and the Declaration.

Danny H (us) wrote: A very well done mini-series/movie adaptation to the "12 Labors of Hercules" Lots of action and very interesting situations. While the CG is 9 times out of 10 very cheap looking the movie is enjoyable. The children in the movie were also fairly poorly written but their screen time and lines in the movie are short which means the worst acting and worst written characters are barely in the movie at all. Good move, if you absolutely must have a child character make their roles small. for the few faults it has I was able to enjoy the mini-series. I recommend it to anybody who is a fan of greek mythology

Lisa M (au) wrote: Love this movie. I still watch it again and again.

Logan M (it) wrote: The darkest and most gripping father and son story ever seen, and it's made all the better by superb performances from up-and-coming actor Jack O'Connell as the rampant youth and Ben Mendelsohn as the parental figure.