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An OH-58D (The helicopter flown by Sean Young's character) can not be flown single-pilot in the left seat. Many of the Mission-Related controls are only available to the Right-hand seat (Pilot-in-command seat.) See more »
Inane rip-off starring Nicholas Cage as a helicopter pilot being trained by Tommy Lee Jones for a mission against drug dealers while romancing fellow pilot Sean Young. This is an unsubtle remake of "Top Gun" with a few scenes from "An Officer and a Gentlemen" thrown in for good measure. Nothing works: not the acting, the writing, of the direction. Everything is awful. A truly wretched piece of film making.
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