Flightplan (DVD, 2006, Widescreen)
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- tigerbaby007112May 23, 2013by
Kyle Pratt is a frantic but fiercely intelligent mother whose deepest protective instincts will be triggered by a haunting in-flight nightmare: in the middle of the trans-Atlantic trip, her young daughter turns up missing without a trace. Or does she? Kyle arrives on the flight still reeling from the recent loss of her husband, a woman who has gone mad with grief or a formidably determined mother whose child is in grave danger that threatens the entire plane. This movie is a frightening thriller with an airtight plot and it's a tense, concise and elegantly movie that creates a sense of menace from the very beginning in a way that's unusual.
- cannonclubonlin...May 30, 2009by
Tense, Sets Your Nerves On End!
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.
This movie WON The Best Picture Award in 2006 went to James Horner for the Top Box Office Films.
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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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- dnalvarte01Mar 02, 2014by
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- davew4654Apr 20, 2016by
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- 887376749@delet...Apr 04, 2009by
This is another great movie. The way she handles her child disappearing and everyone telling her the child died along with her husband, she knew she was right. The action in this movie never stops, there are no dull parts at all. And the fact that the agent (or whatever he was) is the one behind it all along with a flight attendant, you don't expect that right away, although that I did figure out fairly quickly. I would tell everyone who is just thinking about buying this movie to go for it if they like an action movie with twists and surprises. All in all, I give this movie great ratings.