In the future, Earth has run out of air and it's up to the "Air Force" to rescue the world.

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In the future, Earth has run out of air and it's up to the "Air Force" to rescue the world.

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26 November 1999 (USA)  »

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Airtight - Mörderisches Labyrinth  »

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These movies would be okay...
4 February 2002 | by (Adelaide, Australia) – See all my reviews

...if they weren't always so DUMB!! In almost every plot development during AIRTIGHT, there's something that's just plain stupid...perhaps that's part of the fun of these low-budget Australian-made American telethrillers, but hell, how much more can we take? Why do they get made, anyway (though obviously I watch them, don't I)?? With so many scripts rejected before they even get past the planning stages, how can bottom-of-the-barrell stories like this one be selected for filming? On the plus side of these films, some of Australia's most well-known actors get paid a hell of a lot more than they would for appearing in locally-funded productions, and they don't damage their careers because hardly anyone sees these films. BLUE HEELERS fans always knew Tasma Walton had it in her: she gets to play your typical sex-goddess in this one. I've just got one major question: what's with the old-style clothing amid the futuristic set designs? Rating: 3/10 for Tasma.


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