On September 11th, 2001, 38 planes headed to New York City were diverted to Gander, Newfoundland, Canada. A town of 9,000 took in 7,000 passengers for 4 days until American airspace reopened.

On September 11th, 2001, 38 planes headed to New York City were diverted to Gander, Newfoundland, Canada. A town of 9,000 took in 7,000 passengers for 4 days until American airspace reopened. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Xyme A (us) wrote: this is called comedy... i like the movie very much n really enjoyed...

Andrew L (de) wrote: After the almost spectacle-like action & excitement of 'Goblet Of Fire', 'Order Of The Phoenix' seemingly tones itself down, yet as the film progresses it builds up a vicious tension - notably created by the threats of Voldemort & Prof. Umbridge. Scenes like the 'point-of-view' snake attack on Mr. Weesley, & the forced self-inflicted torture of students prove that this is no longer a child-friendly series of films. I have no intention of reading the book, yet despite it's dark themes, set pieces & character sub-plots - the narrative feels too stark leaving me with the impression that a very fat book has been stripped to the bare essentials maybe rather too drastically. Another continuing problem is that the cardboard acting (from a large majority of the cast) further hinders the series.

Justin H (fr) wrote: It's rude, crude, bloody, and high paced. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and anyone who doesn't take themselves too seriously just might enjoy it as well.

J K (au) wrote: Claire Danes isn't Polish. Neither is Lena "Bad Swedish Accent" Olin or Gabriel "I'm really Irish" Byrne.

Ivan D (kr) wrote: My dear readers, I am back (Well, let's just pretend that I do have some deeply-devoted few) and kicking again after some months of art film deprivation. Nevertheless, with my personal cinematic drive seemingly back in its groove (hopefully), I am then here to review and share my thoughts about "Viridiana", a film that marks my return, after the slightly numbing Academy Awards season and the draining toll inflicted by the academe, to the ever-loving cradle of what I really care about the most: world cinema. And to add a certain side idea, it's in fact the Lenten season, so my viewing of "Viridiana" is not at all random but is, in fact, of certain religious relevance, albeit a slightly irreverent one (I'm planning to rewatch "Life of Brian" within this week, by the way). Like majority of Luis Buuel's creations, "Viridiana" is a comedic attack on Christianity and the bourgeoisie, but unlike his later, entirely elitist-lampooning satires like "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" and "The Phantom of Liberty", "Viridiana" was also able to have enough time to examine the utterly savage tendencies of the unfortunate ones (in simple yet sad terms, 'paupers') when given enough wings to flap away from their plights. And although they were shown in the film as a genuinely sympathetic lot, Buuel has also characterized them with a sort of fragile loyalty towards the proverbial hands that feed them, which makes the whole 'pity' thing towards them more weirdly elevated yet at the same time increasingly discomforting. Honestly speaking, although Buuel, for me, is certainly one of the boldest filmmakers there ever was, I always thought that the satirical nature of his films are always steeped in utter partiality (sans "Los Olvidados, of course); that is to say that he always solely attacks the populace of high society, and we love him for it. But surprisingly, "Viridiana" is a deeply refreshing exception. Although the film itself is a dominantly psychosexual meditation on emotional repression that's centered mainly on the characters of Don Jaime (Fernando Rey), the melancholic widower, and Viridiana (the luminous Silvia Pinal), the soon-to-be consecrated nun, it was still able to successfully pass as a deliciously unnerving social satire that's centered upon the utterly self-destructive nature of altruism. In this regard, I am of course talking about Viridiana's unconditional assistance of the beggars (she has brought them to his Uncle Jaime's house after an unexpected tragedy), which has, sadly, backfired for the worse. Buuel, in this film, is not much a surrealist but more of a highly-fevered and imagery-conscious social commentator who knows who to poke with his patented 'dig' (tickling but painful) in the ribs. The perennially humorless Catholic Church, which has officially denounced the film, has proven to be such an easy target. But ultimately, what is "Viridiana" really all about? In a way, like Buuel's later, more fetishistic "Belle de Jour", it is about the pains of sexual repression. But what makes "Viridiana" different is how it has tackled such an issue in a way that subtly pinpoints religious hypocrisy as the culprit as to why it pervades existence. Yet in the end, the film still has enough discoursing power left to highlight the fact that an attempt at carnality still isn't the answer. And in an ending that is both dark and innuendo-laden, it is slightly suggested that sex, in such a context, is nothing but a savage trap; a superficial card game; a painful punch line. Such is the sad, sad comedy of existence, as seen through the camera lens of the very bold Luis Buuel.

Alicia M (es) wrote: 5 simmering stars! Bogart and Bacall are "Too Marvelous for Words."

Kevin M W (jp) wrote: Papa picked Coop and Bergman particularly to play his leads (no doubt as swept by Hollywood charisma as anyone) in his tale of an American abroad fighting for his beliefs. Its a good story, like Papa a bit in love with itself, and magnificent simply for the fact that Coop theoretically's the only Anglo around (there ain't many like that). The character player cast all shine. I loved this.

Steve A (de) wrote: Forget the negatives - it's worth seeing just for DeNiro's performance as a stroke patient trying to recover. Philip Seymour Hoffman nailed this role too - equally awesome!

Emod L (es) wrote: 94%Napoleon Dynamite is not for everyone, but it is a well-acted and thoughtful comedy with a surrealistic script.V: 62%

Filippo V (nl) wrote: Diretto con uno stile unico, L'alba del pianeta delle scimmie pone delle solide basi per creare un franchise che promette molte sorprese. Grazie ad una trama molto lineare il film non annoia mai e propone sempre nuovi sviluppi, in un crescendo di emozioni ed azione che coinvolge chiunque con facilit. Nonostante il film sia gi uscito da 5 anni gli effetti speciali della computer grafica sono molto buoni ed esprimono con molto realismo il linguaggio del corpo dei primati. Il film presenta sporadiche incongruenze e personaggi leggermente scontati, ma nessuno di questi due aspetti intaccano la qualit generale della narrazione: il reboot della famosa serie cinematografica inizia in modo molto convincente.

Jon P (au) wrote: This movie is very funny and surprisingly heartwarming without being schlock. The filming location is amazing; a tiny village on the coast of Ireland, and the director uses its natural beauty to great advantage. The plot is a little slick and the Irish villagers are a little caricatured, but all in all, this is a wonderful movie. Also, naked octogenarian flying down a dirt road on a motorbike. Nuff said.