Turbulent Skies

Turbulent Skies

When a new airplane that's equipped with a new computer that can fly the plane on its own, is about to have its first flight. But the son of the owner decides to upload more software, he doesn't bother to check if there are any viruses with it. And he also invites some potential investors to try it. So the plane appears to be working well but suddenly it veers off course and it can't be shut down. When the military learns of this and fears what if something happens if it's over a populated area; decides to shoot it down along with everyone on board. The man who built the computer whose wife is among the passengers thinks if he can get on board he might be able to shut it down and regain control of the plane. So the military using a new plane gets him on board. But what he didn't know is that both pilots are incapacitated so there's no one who can fly the plane.

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Zaenal A (ca) wrote: premis ceritanya cukup menarik, tapi masih kurang greget. terutama di bagian ending.salah satu kesalahan fatal film ini adalah ada bajaj di jogja. :D

Shawn R (kr) wrote: The opening 20 min pulls you right in but after that everything gets kind of predictable. The main characters are great in the film.

Nicole G (us) wrote: Boring. Seemed like a rip off of Little Miss Sunshine....save yourself sometime and watch that instead, its around the same lines, and much, much better....

Rainer K (ag) wrote: I usually don't watch horror movies because of the lack of reason and storytelling but I decided to give this Austrian rip-off of American teen horror a chance - mostly because it's somehow a cult film already. The style we all know from films like I Know What You Did Last Summer or anything that's parodied in Scary Movie is apparent only better in a way that the whole cinematography beautifully captures the Salzkammergut surroundings, the teens listen to Austrian Indie Punk and talk with thick Austrian accents. It's a nice scenery change from film normality and in the beginning a surprisingly accurate depiction of Austrian youth culture. Later, though, it starts to be a teen horror - formulaic but indeed suspenseful. The acting is flawed like you expect from amateurs but it's quite good all in all.

Pavel A (gb) wrote: masterpiece that outstripped even Bukovski

Jon S (mx) wrote: This is nothing more than Steven Soderbergh having a good time with his digital camera and a bunch of actors. Some people hate how self-indulging it is, but you know what, I think it was quite amusing. I smiled through most of it, laughed more than a few times . . . and just found it very relaxing -- to just listen to random conversations from different groups of people involved in showbiz. I didn't even try to keep track of the tangled mess of relationships among the ensemble, I just went with it and I was fine. With lesser actors, it probably would've been a nightmare, but Soderbergh's got a good cast and that's what makes the movie.I guess you could also say, at the time -- eight years ago, maybe Soderbergh was trying to make a point about the upcoming digital revolution. "Full Frontal" is shot with apparent little care for regular Hollywood aesthetics. The contrast is blown to hell in many scenes, and picture quality varies wildly from sequence to sequence. I didn't care, and maybe that's the point (or was, at the time) - digital may not look as good as film, but it does tell your story. Of course, the other side of that coin is that a lot of people do care about how the movie looks (Roger Ebert seemed to hate it), and in that case, "Full Frontal" becomes an argument against going digital. Sort of a moot point these days, of course, with digital quality having improved so much . . .Whatever the case, I saw it as less of an experiment and more of a party. I could be wrong, but it felt like someone unwinding from a hard day's work. It's the type of exercise I can loathe with a passion, but luckily, Soderbergh kept it interesting and funny.

Karen Z (au) wrote: This movie was just sort of ok. It had the feel of real life, but that also made it seem pretty dull and slow at times.

Patrick C (it) wrote: An interesting premise gets lost in a poorly connected story. The sad thing is that there are tons of great character actors in this film. It could have been so much more. However, one can only take so many meaningless deaths before you begin to wonder if you should bother watching the rest.

STCENTERPRISE (it) wrote: Meet John DoeIt is powerful seeing them sing and prayer just before being framed. They didn't give a chance before mob threw everything at him. Odd seeing the big boss with a giant Christmas tree all decorated and kids doing Christmas Charols What started as a news poplicity stunt to gain more sales. what started as a way just to get a job and money became something bigger than one person. What John Doe became was something bigger than himself. It meant changing the world helping others, knowing neighbor, helping others who need a job or money. Even though the big business men like Mr. Norton tried shutting it all down it brought a nation together and even big business men still were not The final scene worked out because of the main leading woman crying hanging on to John Doe while Gary Cooper looked strait no reaction while we cut to see the reactions of others from bosses, and crowd that began to see how how powerful the message and truth was. Lay it on the people to try and lick them Mr. Norton

Christopher C (es) wrote: Will Smith acting by himself is not really a good movie. The overall story is good but seeing Smith all by himself was pretty bad.

Thomas P (br) wrote: A few laughs and a few creative ideas, but overall nothing special. Seemed a bit formulaic and light.

Adrian S (ca) wrote: First time watching it in a long time and I still can't get enough of it.