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In this modern retelling of a classic urban legend, a mother (Jodie Foster) finds herself at odds with a skeptical flight crew and her own sanity after her daughter, Julia (Marlene Lawston), vanishes in the middle of a flight, with only a few clues left behind. She must now challenge the boundaries of her will and her mind in her desperate search.
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If you are a parent and have ever felt helpless in any situation when it came to the loss or hurt of your child, then you can very easily relate to Jodie Foster's Character.
A great quote from Stephanie (Kate Beahan), a airline stewardess, says it best [over the intercom] "Ladies and gentlemen, I'm sorry to interrupt, but we've got a first to report. It seems our aircraft is big enough to lose a child in. Her name is Julia Pratt (Marlene Lawston), six years old, she is wearing a navy blue jumper. If she's anywhere near you or perhaps playing with one of your kids, please press the call button now. We've got an anxious mom up here. Thank you. "
Be sure and catch this when are in the mood not to be interrupted. It usually takes a while to get into this film as some film take time to develop.
I'll give this a 4/5 for the riveting performance of Jodie Foster and the Ending.
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Still reeling from her husband's unexpected death, Kyle Pratt is on a plane heading from Berlin to New York when her daughter vanishes. But the captain and the air marshal begin to doubt that the child was ever on board. With no support from the plane's staff, Kyle can only rely on herself to find her little girl. But their growing suspicions about her sanity prove problematic.
If you think 'suspense' means watching Jodie Foster frantically run up and down aisles and open doors for 2/3 of the movie, then this thriller is for you. Add a few ridiculous plot twists and you have a pretty good summation of "Flight Plan." How anyone can find this movie believable is mind boggling, and when I say believable, I don't mean the usual 'suspension of disbelief' required for certain movies. I'm talking about logic, pure and simple. Yes, you will question Jodie's sanity, and yes, you will question the crew's claims that her daughter was never on the plane. If the movie could deliver on just that, you might walk away satisfied. But it can't possibly deliver, because the plot is so poorly constructed and illogical that you will walk away feeling cheated and disturbed. I wish I could say more but I don't want to spoil the movie for all the people who want to see Jodie run up and down aisles screaming, "Where is my daughter? Where is my daughter?" for two hours straight. I know they're a minority, but I'm sure they're out there. Discriminating movie viewers will just have to trust me. I don't even usually write movie reviews, but this one was so bad that I felt a MORAL OBLIGATION to steer people away from this horrible, horrible movie.
This is a movie that Jodie Foster did, after going on a personal hiatus for three years.
I usually don't like Jodie Foster movies, but found this one to be one of her better movies. Probably due to the plot line, and OK you will probably figure this one out midway through... but it is a good story!
The plane flight, along with some bumpy scenes, does cause a sense of claustrophbia, so there is some feeling of this being an Alfred Hitchcock movie wannabe....
Enjoyable, entertaining, some suspense....
This was a decent movie, but by no means one of the greatest I've ever seen.
The story is about a Mother who board in the plane with her daughter and vanishes right before her eyes. Questioning her sanity, Kyle Pratt (Jodie Foster) tries to solve and link the connection to the unexpected death of her husband and the disappearance of her child.
I think the movie did well for most part. This is the kind of movie you can sit and watch one time and forget about it. Honestly, I don't expect much on Jodie Foster's movies - her acting is terrible - most of the times. But then again, I'll give her credit to this one. She did good. Give it a chance and let me know what you think?