Based on a true Military operation by Israeli commandos. An Air France flight is hijacked by the PFLP. The plane has about 100 Jewish passengers. The plane is grounded in Uganda. Israelis would not negotiate. The movie then shows how less than 500 soldiers actually flew so far and rescued the passengers in one of the most successful Military operations in history. The only casualty for Israeli soldiers was Lt. Col. Jonathan "Yoni" Netanyahu..
Johnny L (us) wrote: One of the weaker documentaries out there. While some stories were interesting, nothing was cast in a truly fascinating light. The filming style focuses too much on personal interview. There is also absence of a cohesive theme or message so the stories sound rather scattered.
John S (ru) wrote: extremely disappointing
Ben C (kr) wrote: It's nice to see Adams Sandler give a dramatic performance. He and Don Cheadle showed good chemistry.
Ryan C (kr) wrote: That movie just gave me some anxiety. The story is presented in a non traditional matter which works well for a time travel movie. The coloring and lighting also work to the movies advantage. This movie is on netflix, you should find it. However, pay attention or prepare to be completely lost.
Mike W (fr) wrote: Tense and action packed film!
Nikkia L (ag) wrote: Campy fun that works! With bridesmaid/victim names like, "Lacey Undies" and "Candy Gram", and the corpse of the bride's father lying around seemingly unnoticed by others; this is a fun flick that should be watched in the spirit in which its intended. As far as the gore goes... its old school effects in full swing. Excellent use of guts, melon-baller, cork-screw, meat grinder, and an electric carving knife! This movie delivers the goods on the gore!
Amy B (kr) wrote: The most enotionally uplifting movie ever made
Kenny N (ru) wrote: Underrated thriller featuring a multi-faceted performance by Rebecca De Mornay as a delightful nanny with a deadly mission. Kudos to Matt McCoy for portraying the perfect husband who nevertheless is realistic.