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- 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. The ASCAP Film & TV Awards are given since 1986 and honor (ASCAP) composers, lyricists and publishers of the most performed music from television and top box office movies. The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is a music performing-rights organization which was founded in 1914. It is the world's largest organization of its kind with over 130,000 composer, lyricist and music publisher members. 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. IF YOU LIKE MY REVIEWS PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO LET ME KNOW BY VOTING. THANKS.Read full review
- 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.
- 128033416@delet...Feb 01, 2006by
This psychological/action thriller has twists & turns
Jodie Foster gives an excellent performance in this psychological/action thriller. She is flying to the U.S.A. from Europe in a jet (a magnificent one) she helped to design, bringing home the body of a loved one. All of the crew and passengers do not believe she brought her daughter onboard or even if she exists at all. Fosters' character fights to make anyone believe her,the passengers are cruel to her, even when they think she is mentally ill. The movie has twists and turns and even though it is not Fosters' best movie, it is pretty well done.
- psjasandersFeb 01, 2009by
This is a great movie if you want some suspense but not really dark and violent. I like that there is a smart, capable female lead who is still compassionate and motherly - not weak. Not really a chic flick but women, like me, should like it!
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