A claustrophobic, Hitchcockian thriller. A bereaved woman and her daughter are flying home from Berlin to America. At 30,000 feet the child vanishes and nobody admits she was ever on that plane.

Airplane engineer Kyle Pratt (Jodie Foster) is heading home with her young daughter from Germany to New York on a double-decker Elgin 474 to bury her husband. At 30,000 feet, the child vanishes, and nobody will admit she was ever on the plane. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Flightplan torrent reviews

Chris B (jp) wrote: Ryan Coogler's directorial debut is so passionate and powerful. The last thirty minuets will leave you so angry and sad for days after viewing. Michael B. Jordan is amazing and shows that he can hit the very dramatic notes. Not a movie for the faint of heart because this movie can break you.

David J (us) wrote: Quite simply, The Bourne Legacy is an inferior film to the last three in every way. Jeremy Renner does a good acting job, but the movie is another tired example of a cash grab using the "This hero is even stronger" and the "this enemy is even badder" theme, complete with a tip of the iceberg metaphor from Ed Norton. Throw in the concept that Renner's character is a supersoldier who uses "chems" aka steroids to be even stronger and you have a laughable plot bolstered by some admittedly neat action sequences.

Kimmie O (us) wrote: Slow at first, But awesome movie in the end!!!

Rosco B (ca) wrote: Defies any kind of critical analysis. Memorable scenes include Richard Harrison running up a hill for the sole purpose of shouting "NINJA!"; a car chase involving two identical cars; an unintentionally hilarious encounter with rollerskating Ninjas and a final fight scene where the main baddie is foiled by some lentils. Timeless.

Zhanyi J (mx) wrote: I liked the first part more, but this is fantastic as well.

Wesley M (kr) wrote: Understated and funny in unexpected ways, Farrell pulls The shenanigans are balanced out by some truly dark backstory and plot points that nonetheless play together into an engaging storyline. Very much a character study, though, if you aren't really interested in the two main characters then you probably will be bored by the halfway point.

Abhishek S (es) wrote: Just watching the cast go through with the heist makes it a repeat watch! And one marquee name after the other!! Full majaa

Buggy B (nl) wrote: A docudrama (of sorts) following Dr Richard Feynman's investigation into the causes behind the Challenger space shuttle explosion on Jan 28, 1986. This tries hard to be a conspiracy theorists dream (ala JFK) but it's pretty dry. William Hurt is brilliant as ailing genius Dr Feynman through, his captivating performance was the only reason I kept watching. Bruce Greenwood's not too shabby either. 11.13