An airliner collides with a light plane just after takeoff, causing its elevators to jam in the full climb position. It will crash as soon as the fuel runs out, unless some desperate ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An airliner collides with a light plane just after takeoff, causing its elevators to jam in the full climb position. It will crash as soon as the fuel runs out, unless some desperate measure succeeds in bringing the nose down.
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Ali A (it) wrote: ending was odd lol...twist....
Kris P (es) wrote: Dead Hooker in a Trunk was not an all around bad movie. I found parts of it enjoyable, even. (For instance, the characters are kind of enjoyable.) It's just that the movies downfall is the plot itself.... I can kind of see where they were going with it, but it could have been executed a little better.
Carol H (ag) wrote: I read online that the lead role was written with Amanda Bynes in mind - and it shows. Alexis Bledel really isn't the type to do goofy comedy; she's horribly miscast here. Another one of the movie's flaws is it's lack of direction. "Post Grad" could've been an honest yet charming coming-of-age story about finding one's place in the world. Instead, it's a silly (and not in a good way), routine mess.
METALHAMMER G (us) wrote: Mas que secuela yo la veo como el final de una historia
Andrew R (us) wrote: Yeah, sure, reasonably entertaining. Yuliya Mayarchuk is indeed extraordinarily pretty, reminiscent of Bardot, and I'm pretty sure Brass intends a couple scenes as homage to Le mepris, of all things.
Crystal B (de) wrote: The best Vampire Movie!!!
Jason S (ru) wrote: The ultimate bad work day movie. Hilarious and layered. Not all the jokes land but it's a solid flick
Mike M (es) wrote: Junky bric-a-brac, soldering together tropes from the then-ascendant "Indiana Jones" and "Mad Max" movies, along with everything the filmmakers ever liked about the westerns and film noirs they grew up watching, and - finally - a romance, as Andrews comes to learn "there's a whole lot more to love than hot wiring". The pacing's prehistoric - surely even those original studio movies of the 30s and 40s moved quicker than this? - but it has a certain modest wit and spirit, exemplified by the mid-film excursion to a holiday ranch for body-conscious psychopaths (a veiled comment on the fitness crazes of its decade?) where each athletic slaying is celebrated with a quick Hokey Cokey. Melanie, for her part, is lovely but limited - whatever happened to her? - even if the film, busy driving a beat-up car noisily around the same abandoned quarry, doesn't turn out to be all that much more than her "Aeon Flux" or "Ultraviolet".
Logan M (kr) wrote: "Cujo" rides a line between solid slow-building and tediousness, but once it takes off, it's absolutely terrifying.
Charly F (gb) wrote: This was on TV last week - I had forgotten how dark and wickedly fun this film is - I have seen it lots over the years and still think its wonderful.
bill s (ca) wrote: Banderas's campy over the top assassin can't help take the stench off this corpse.....why go with a wonderful actress like Moore then give her an empty character,
Jim M (it) wrote: Steve Sahn is hilarious.-Jim
Bleak M (it) wrote: King Lear (again) in the Wild West. Vastly entertaining, with Spencer Tracy chewing the scenery, the usual fine performances by Richard Widmark and Katy Jurado, and a surprisingly good one from the (usually barely adequate) Robert Wagner.
Linda D (br) wrote: Better than I thought it would be