Airport '77

Airport '77

Flight 23 has crashed in the Bermuda Triangle while taking VIPs and valuable art to Philip Stevens new museum. But when hijackers take off the plane and knock everyone out with sleeping gas the plane crashes in the sea. The passengers survive but a small hole at the front is flooding the plane and 2 daring rescues must be put into action because everyone is trapped 200 feet underwater.

The story about the mid-air hijack of a multi-millionaire's private 747 carrying a collection of priceless works of art. The airport then hits fog and crashes into the ocean, trapping all the passengers under 100 feet of water. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Airport '77 torrent reviews

Mique W (it) wrote: Here in the outback of Australia with Wallabies, Dingoes, and Kangaroos about, no one can hear your scream. Wolf Creek is chilling and crisply shot, but it's also surprisingly dull and won't leave much of an impact due it's monotonously depressing tone and lack of excitement.

Rob I (fr) wrote: Ugh! That's all il say

Alessandro B (mx) wrote: Over edited, but still good and interesting.

Ramona G (us) wrote: I can sit through pretty much anything about WWII, but it was nice to finally see a doc on a topic I knew little about. I'm still getting through all the special features, which look to be just as educational as the film itself.

Daniel S (de) wrote: 10th worst movie of all time.

Levi P (kr) wrote: This movie is really a lost treasure of horror. For a direct to video release, while it's not without some issues, is extremely well done. It's about a serial killer terrorizing the patrons of a gym. There are plenty of perfect bodies, dead bodies and bodies dressed in 80's fashion!

Thomas J (fr) wrote: I found it to be an enjoyable adventure movie.

Stephen E (ru) wrote: I can see why "Shadows and Fog" was met with such mixed reaction. There's not much of a plot and the final twenty or so minutes are completely preposterous. But that's not saying that I didn't find it interesting. The black-and-white cinematography is marvelous, the numerous celebrity cameos are a treat, and Woody Allen's comedic performance is splendidly funny. Plus, there are several moments of truth, with topics ranging from religion to existentialism to family values. "Shadows and Fog" is not necessarily a "good" film, but it's very enjoyable.