During the trip with his class to Paris, Alex Browning has a premonition that the plane will explode after takeoff. Alex tries to leave the plane. As a result, he and several other students are kicked out of the plane. Only minutes later, they see the plane explodes... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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J G (mx) wrote: Short version, BAD. Long version, Very BAD. Poorly written, poorly acted, usual excess of violence to the point it emulates a video game.
Ben H (it) wrote: Quite enjoyable, two ends of the relationship, another great performance from Ryan Gosling shown in two lights. Very moving
Obey A (mx) wrote: The story takes place in Long Beach California a few main characters were Ms.Gruwell and Eva, it is based on a bunch of students who are involved in gangs and drug activities and the teacher is trying to change their lives, I liked the whole movie the acting was good and I'm glad I watched the it because it was exciting and I would enjoy watching it again and the movie taught people to do good in school and never get involved in gangs or drugs.
Kenny O (ca) wrote: OKAY. A Bit Slow..
Katie M (br) wrote: Jeremy delivers in this film as does Ethan and Lena but I was pretty much bored by the film. It wasn't as interesting as the trailer.
Jules H (kr) wrote: Not much to be said about this film. It's decent, if not OK. The animation is impressive and the characters are likable, but the story, while very noble in it's message, is mediocre and routine. The writing is still good and the movie, in general, is definitly a must watch for any enviormentalist.
Davy T (de) wrote: This has 'tv movie' written all over it. There isn't anything specifically wrong with it but there isn't anything specifically right with it. The longer you watch it the more it feels like it could have be a lethal weapon prequal.
Austin G (au) wrote: STOOOOPID!!!!!!!!! I love this movie, it has everything for a stupid funny movie
Andrejs P (jp) wrote: supposedly this is frank sinatras highest grossing film and was actually the prequal to diehard. not sure if that last bit is for sure but this is worth a watch if you like crime dramas.
Jerry R (ru) wrote: What is a person to do when the single most important person in their life is suddenly gone? What is to be done with the cold, empty space in their lives that has suddenly been voided. That's a question that lies just under the surface of Suzanne Biere's Things We Lost in the Fire, a melodrama about a sudden death and those who are left behind to fumble in the darkness for an answer. Most certainly the despair falls on Audrey (Halle Berry) a beautiful housewife who, as the movie opens, is arranging a funeral for her beloved husband Brian (David Duchovney). He was shot to death while trying to stop a man from beating his wife in a parking lot. Audrey and Bryan were married for 11 years and the marriage has produced two children. Now in her grief, her eyes, her jawline and her body language reveal the inner turmoil of a woman who can't quite get a handle of the moment. She works frantically, with the help of her brother, to locate everyone that need to be notified about Brian's death. It isn't until the day of the funeral that she realizes that she forgot someone. He is Jerry Sunborne (Benicio Del Toro), a former lawyer who is now a heroine addict. Jerry and Brian were buddies going back to the second grade. Audrey didn't approve of Jerry and that is probably why she forgot to call him. She invites him anyway, Brian would have wanted it. Jerry, trying a program to get clean, is surprised when she is invited to live in their garage. It would be better and safer than the flophouse where he currently resides. With that idea in place, I settled back and waited for a romance to kick in, but this movie is smarter than that. It is the story of how two people are affected by this tragedy and the baby steps they take to get back on their feet. This, of course, would be nothing without great performances in the leads, starting with Benicio Del Toro as Jerry. He creates the sad portrait of a smart, damaged man who wants to make strides to get his life be in order after the tornado of heroine addiction. He was loyal to Brian because this was a man who never gave up on him. I knew Del Toro was a good actor, but this movie helps me understand why. He has a deeply-lined, tired face that can reveal hidden dimensions of unspoken regret. He looks lived-in, not polished like a Hollywood movie star. He knows when to push a scene over the top and when the keep it close to the chest. Here he manages to keep from going over the top even in scenes when he trashing about in detox. Jerry is not your standard movie drug addict, he is a smart man who tries, time and again, to get himself clean. He fails but it doesn't discourage him. After Brian's death, he has a purpose. Halle Berry surprised me. I've been complaining that ever since her Oscar win for Monster's Ball, she's been throwing away her talents on big-budget junk - movies that focus more on her body than her talent. Here, I think she gives her best performance as a woman lost in agony and grief, trying to find some way of getting a handle on Brian's death. Her performance is all in her eyes, which are deep and sad. There are moments in this movie when she quivers very lightly, until the end when the full grief hits her. Things We Lost in the Fire was directed by Susanne Bier, a Danish director whose specialty is creating stories about family bonds. She directed Brothers and In a Better World, one of this year's Oscar nominees for Best Foreign Language film. I love her characters, they don't walk or talk in a standard way. Although, as brilliantly written as the characters are in Things We Lost in the Fire, I think the ending is a little too clean. Both Jerry and Audrey go where we would expect them to go but it seems to let their grief off the hook a little too soon. Still, this is a movie about the journey, not the destination.