The Magic of Flight

The Magic of Flight

Take a technological thrill ride The Magic of Flight takes you on a technological thrill ride faster, higher and wider than modern science or even your imagination! Relive the first flight of the Wright Brothers, then soar with the Blue Angels as they defy the laws of gravity. Narrated by Tom Selleck.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:40 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:navy,   jet,   imax,  

The Magic of Flight places viewers in the cockpit of a Blue Angels jet aircraft so they can experience the thrill of high performance flight. Narrated by Tom Selleck, The Magic of Flight ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John B (mx) wrote: Wow. Not a lot of love from users and this is curious. This documentary is well crafted in its exploration of the limits of free speech and what is deemed "acceptable" free speech during particular phases in American history.

Jill R (it) wrote: A funny sweet comedy which had great comedic chemistry a very funny movie which I enjoyed Grade B+

David A (gb) wrote: Annoying, cheesy, upsetting, and solely made for 3 years old when they should make movies that should apply both kids and adults; "Casper" literally dies right after we are introduced to its main villains that probably came out from a Looney Tunes' episode. Everyone was so needy in this movie. I want this, I want that, grr! You're already DEAD! There's nothing you can achieve with a ghost body. Stupid humor, poorly paced, and just overall a bad movie.

JohnnyLee T (br) wrote: Let down by an unconvincing ending. Strong, fearless Molly Ringwald character who learns not to be ashamed of her poverty. I think the ending comprimises that integrity. Also, question need for Jon Cryer character to physically attack James Spader character. And is Andrew McCarthy's character right when he says at the end that Spader knows within himself that he is a heel? I doubt it.

Kristina K (nl) wrote: Incredible. She wrote it, directed it, acted, sang in it... I bow to her. Truly beautiful.

Omer M (es) wrote: Nana Patekar's acting was mind blowing.

Isabelle W (mx) wrote: um filme interessante, e eu gosto do final, mas poderia ser melhor. No chega aos ps de Terra em Transe, por exemplo.

Art S (ru) wrote: Elia Kazan (with playwright William Inge) brings us melodrama of an almost Sirkian kind - although Sirk typically took things much further, emotionally and sociologically. True, Natalie Wood does allow sexual repression to drive her to hysteria (and the sanatorium). And Warren Beatty can't come to terms with his own impulses. And Kazan does take aim at the late 1920's Kansan context and the way that nice girls didn't and bad girls go to hell (and what's a poor boy to do). But in comparison to a film like Written on the Wind, it feels as though Kazan is holding back. Having watched this directly after Palo Alto (2013) with its depiction of kids running rampant and no urge really restrained suggests that there are both differences (actual behaviour) and similarities (pressures to "become" something) in the experience of high schoolers across films/generations. The one exquisite emotion that Kazan's film is able to achieve spawns directly from the title (and Wordsworth's poem): a bittersweet nostalgia for previous episodes in our lives that used to mean so much but which have now faded gently away.

Jason K (ca) wrote: Love that this movie features a reality show called "Battle of the Tough Guys".

JeanPhilippe G (it) wrote: If you build it, he will come. Emotionally engaging, wonderfully acted and smartly written, Field of Dreams is a classic and still holds up to this day.