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WORTH A GLANCE, 3 August 2003
Author: trvwatson from london
Well worth a glance, if only to see Cheryl Ladd playing something other than a battered homicidal wife, here she plays the opposite, a tough talking, straight forward gutsy women, a pilots wife out to avenge the culprit who secured her husband in a fatal plane crash, the special effects are a little laughable, but ok, and the acting is a bit wooden by the supporting cast, but you can be sure Cheryl can save any film shes starring in, and did this one justice
3 out of 3 people found the following review useful:
A Fictional Account of a Plane Crash!, 17 January 2009
Author: (email@example.com) from United States
It's a television film with Cheryl Ladd as the pilot's wife. She is happily married but she and her husband want a child. Their only child died as an infant. In this film, her husband and airline pilot are carrying a load of passengers from Washington-Baltimore to Kansas City but something happens. Nobody knows quite for sure about the cause of the accident but the pilot, a passenger, and a golden retriever survive the crash. Diane, Ladd's character, is convinced that her husband shouldn't be blamed for the crash and is determined to set him free regardless of the press, airline, and the authorities seeking somebody to blame and fault for the loss of lives. It's not a bad film but it's not great and Cheryl gives it her all and proves that she's not just another pretty actress.
The plot hole is bigger than one made by the plane, 4 August 2006
Author: imdb-7277 from United Kingdom
This film tells the story of the widow of an airline pilot's fight for justice, clearing his name for a fatal air crash. I recently saw this on a True Movies satellite channel. It is not based on a true story. Real life is never this absurd. The central premise of this story is that the civilian airliner crashed because a top secret machine in the cargo hold interfered with the plane's avionics. It is completely unbelievable that the US military would freight a highly secret machine on a commercial airliner and that is would be switched on during the flight. Sorry if I sound like a tech nerd, but plot holes like this seriously detract savvy viewers from the story.
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