Murder on Flight 502
On a flight to London, a note is found stating that there will be murders taking place on the airliner before it lands.
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Nicolette H (nl) wrote: Wow just wow. Another example of exactly the type of movies I love! I give a movie 5 stars when I can not think of a single thing I didn't like. The story was so good. Family focus, it was funny, it was touching & I bawled my eyes out ha ha. I deeply connected with it. It moved along just fine. The acting was sensational. Amazing cast they got together. I seriously loved everyone. The soundtrack was so perfect, loved every single song. John Krasinski as Director was great too. I am looking forward to & hoping to see him Direct more. Just a great movie! I'm not sure how much of a wide release this will get but I know it is coming out August 26. If you get a chance to see this PLEASE go see it. Must own for me! Lastly I want to say it was such a honor to have a Q&A with them. I loved hearing how passionate they all were for this project. So I just want to say to John Krasinski, thank you so much for not giving up on this movie. Years not getting made & finally buying the script & making it yourself. You will never truly know what your movie means to me, thank you.
Wrenne W (br) wrote: I'm only 20 minutes in...but it's not subtitled...and I don't speak French...Frustrating.
Gianna M (gb) wrote: I really wanted to love this movie because of the gorgeous graphics and familiar well-loved characters, but it fell totally flat. The writing felt cheap. Personalities had little depth. Weak story. Not much emotion. I was really disappointed that my favorite character from one of my favorite video games lead such a forgettable movie.
Luke W (es) wrote: A decent enough best-of showcasing SNL's first black superstar. The material was probably was funnier and edgier then, and thusly I only laughed out loud a handful of times. Not to say the sketches were bad, they were just dated.
Im El Capitano A (kr) wrote: looks interesting...joan plowright is fantabulous!!!!!!!!!
Nicholas S (au) wrote: This entire series is very good. Although IMO each sequel is a little less that the movie previous to it. The digitally remastered version is the only way to go with this series.
Justin B (gb) wrote: An Italian knockoff of poltergeist. Harmless cheesy fun.
Mireille B (it) wrote: Je n'irais pas jusqu' dire que c'est LE film qubcois mais il s'agit certes d'un film cl de l'histoire du cinma au Qubec. Bons jeux d'acteurs particulirement pour le jeune Jacques Gagnon.
Jonathan B (au) wrote: It is fairly standard 1950s B movie stuff with all the usual clichs. We have the gruff, military man, the female scientist, the clipped voice over to explain huge chunks of plot, the bubbling test-tubes to show something scientific is going on, tiny, wooden sets and the musical stings that announce the appearance of the monster. Being the 50s, the sexism is pretty rife but It Came From Beneath the Sea does at least have the plucky Faith Domergue as Professor Lesley Joyce who manages to make some tentative forays into the world of feminism. So, the plot sees San Francisco terrorised by a giant radioactive octopus. It's down to the US Navy and a marine biologist to, firstly find out what has been attacking their ships, then convince the authorities that they are dealing with a monster and finally come up with a way of killing with the damnned thing. It's not complicated and whips along at a fair old pace. Where this film scores is the involvement of Ray Harryhausen who provides one of his trademark stop-motion creatures. The octopus is great, despite being a few tentacles short. There area number of classic, stand out scenes where some creature feature staples are firmly established for the future. Namely, when the octopus attacks the Golden Gate Bridge and one where it slaps it's tentacles along the street and drags off some unfortunate victims. This is a movie that has to be viewed for what it is. It is from a bygone age and would have formed one part of a double feature at the drive-in. It has a great creature and helped cement the conventions of giant monster films that we all still enjoy today. For that, it is worth watching and has much to commend.