Featuring local-cable production values and dialogue that seems written by a crack team of Sunday schoolers, director Vic Armstrong's "Left Behind" does no favors for the Christian proponents of its belief system ...
Perfect movie to watch after a funeral. Another patriotic christian movie pulled out of the chasm of hell. Satan would be proud of the director but he doesn't have time because he understands no one can deal with this amount of utter crap in one movie. An hour of my life wasted on nic cages plastic face so i recommend you do not buy this movie unless you want to prove their isn't a god looking out for us... (p.s: i would put -69 stars but google doesn't even let you put 0)
Shockingly BAD! Quite possibly the worst film I have ever seen and ever will see. Poor story line and poor acting. 0/10. The pace of the film is slow and the only half decent part of the film is the one minute section when the people actually disappear.
God Awful Doesn't the cover look awesome? Nicolas Cage, disheveled amidst a post apocalyptic backdrop. Thats where it ends, terrible, simply terrible! I would go so far to say that the film is racist, a Muslim man who gets 'left behind' because he follows a different faith, cramming Christianity down your throat to the point of feeling sick
I want my money back. I guess Mr cages A list days are over if this is the standard he now aspires to! Slow and ridiculous the plot takes ages to go anywhere and it's really just a poor air plane disaster film. Sorry I exaggerate, it aspires to be poor. only the hope the bad acting and daft plot will improve keep you watching.
Utter garbage I only watched about an hour before I had to switch off, I started to watch as part of netflix trial, so glad I never paid to view. Normally I watch all films to the bitter end just to see what happened but this was too bad too be true. I've noticed a few reviews referring to the original film what was that.... Airplane.
Religious nonsense Horrendous film - obviously produced by a church organisation of some sort trying to scare gullible people into going back to church. Never realised Nicolas Cage was so short of cash. Avoid.
A genuine contender for the worst film ever made award, there should be a minus star rating for this truly awful film, I would suggest stabbing yourself in the gums with an old rusty screwdriver rather than spending money to watch this
50/50 could be better! O.k! Bit chessey and very long didn't need to be so long they dragged it out till the end! Not 1 you would watch twice! You can tell NG couldn't be bothered with this film just quick coin!!
On an overseas flight to London, journalist Buck Williams (Kirk Cameron) and pilot Rayford Steele (Brad Johnson) are caught in the middle of the most incredible event in history. Suddenly without warning, dozens of passengers simply vanish into thin air. But it doesn't stop there. It soon becomes clear that millions of people are missing from around the world. As chaos and anarchy engulf the world, both men set out on vastly different paths in a desperate search for answers.
President Gerald Fitzhugh (Gossett Jr.) lives in a different world -- everyone does. A year and a half ago hundreds of millions of people vanished. In the chaos, Nicolae Carpathia offered hope and now rules the entire world. But after Fitzhugh is nearly killed, he suspects Nicolae. Desperate, Fitzhugh forces journalist Buck Williams (Cameron) to help him, but soon they're both running for their lives as the world is plunged into World War III.
Millions of people have suddenly vanished off the face of the earth and chaos and despair remain. One man , Nicolae Carpathia, becomes a beacon of hope and controls a world government. Calling themselves the Tribulation Force, world-renowned TV journalist Buck Williams (Cameron) and his devoted team embark on a deadly mission to expose the prophesied evil that Nicolae represent.
Global action star Liam Neeson stars in this action thriller played out at 40,000 feet in the air. During a transatlantic flight, U.S. Air Marshal Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) receives a series of cryptic text messages threatening to kill a passenger every 20 minutes unless $150 million is transferred into an off-shore account. With the lives of hundreds of passengers hanging in the balance, Marks must use every nuance of his training to uncover the killer traveling on the aircraft. Non-Stop costars Julianne Moore (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1), Michelle Dockery (TV's Downton Abbey) and Academy Award-winner Lupita Nyong'o (12 Years a Slave). (Original Title - Non-Stop)
Take a luxurious, privately-owned 747 jumbo jet full of VIPs. Load it with a cargo of priceless art treasures and send it flying over the hazardous Bermuda Triangle. Add a few desperate hijackers for good measure and you've got the makings of one of the most harrowing adventure stories ever put on film! James Stewart is the philanthropic owner of the doomed plane and Jack Lemmon is the fearless pilot risking death at every turn in an attempt to save the luxury airliner when it is skyjacked and sent crashing to the ocean's floor. Aboard for the ill-fated trip are Lee Grant, Brenda Vaccaro, Joseph Cotten, Olivia de Havilland, Darren McGavin, Christopher Lee and George Kennedy. All face danger in the air and beneath the sea in the most thrilling Airport movie of them all.
Stars Academy Award(R)-winner Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, and John Malkovich! A prison parolee (Cage) -- on his way to freedom -- faces impossible odds when the maximum security transport plane he's on is skyjacked by the most vicious criminals in the country ... led by the infamous murderer Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom (Malkovich)! Buckle up and hang on tight as explosive high-flying action soars to new heights!
A 747 travelling from Athens to Washington DC is hijaked by a group of terrorists. They claim it's to force the government to release their leader, but covert intelligence man David Grant doesn't believe it. He tries to persuade the authorities to keep the plane out of US airspace while a rescue mission is put together. This mission involves the use of a high tech plane specifically designed for mid-air crew transfers. With Grant, they make it aboard the 747 only to find that they must overpower the terrorists and disable a bomb with enough nerve gas to knock out all of Washington DC below. MPAA Rating: R (c) Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
John Wayne plays Dan Roman, a veteran pilot haunted by a tragic past. Now relegated to second-incommand cockpit assignments, he finds himself scheduled on a routine Honolulu-to-San Francisco flight -- one that takes a terrifying, suspense-building turn when disaster strikes high above the Pacific Ocean at the point of no return.
"Something hit us...the crew is dead...help us, please, please help us!" With these terrifying words, 22 of Hollywood's greatest stars find themselves aboard a pilotless jumbo jet headed on a collision course with destruction in the nerve chilling sequel to the greatest disaster movie ever made.
Academy Award(R) winner Jodie Foster gives an outstanding performance in the heart-pumping action thriller FLIGHTPLAN. Flying at 40,000 feet in a state-of-the art aircraft that she helped design, Kyle Pratt's (Foster) 6-year-old daughter Julia vanishes without a trace. Or did she? No one on the plane believes Julia was ever onboard. And now Kyle, desperate and alone, can only count on her own wits to unravel the mystery and save her daughter. FLIGHTPLAN is an intense, suspense-filled thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat the entire flight.
This fast-paced action picture plays like Die Hard (1988) on an airplane. Grieving over the death of his wife at the hands of an armed robber and blaming himself for her death, anti-terrorism expert John Cutter (Wesley Snipes) is retiring from his dangerous job. The flight he's on is occupied by a coterie of FBI agents escorting the lethal terrorist Charles Rane (Bruce Payne), but as the aircraft is taking off, Rane's associates, who have also boarded the plane, take the vehicle by force and free their leader. With the aid of a sheriff on the ground, a pair of stewardesses (Alex Datcher and Elizlabeth Hurley) and his old friend, airport manager Sly Delvecchio (Tom Sizemore), Cutter puts his special training and martial arts skills to good use combating the kidnappers. The clever, dapper Rane has several surprises in store for his nemesis, however, including killing a hostage and an ally who's only pretending to be on Cutter's side. His options becoming increasingly limited, Cutter devises a dangerous plan that involves dumping the airplane's precious fuel reserves. Director Kevin Hooks cast his father, actor Robert Hooks in the role of federal agent Dwight Henderson.
A battle-fatigued ex-World War II fighter pilot must take charge and land a passenger plane when the crew is overcome by ptomaine poisoning. Added woes are a shaky marriage and flight anxiety that obstructs communication with ground control. Based on the Arthur Hailey ("Hotel") story which inspired the successful "Airport" film series.