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Air Marshal (2003)

When terrorists hijack a flight, one man must find a way to save everyone on board.

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Cast

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Brett Prescott
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Capt. Nichols
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Elijah
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Heather
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Marie
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Sen. Chambers
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Maggie
Olga Benson ...
Lauren
Luke Leavitt ...
Ricky
Tyrone Pinkham ...
Sanderson
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Jamal
Marii Rosenov ...
Harish
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Fatima
George Zlatarev ...
Abdul
Dorotea Hashovska ...
Mrs. Bojilov
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When terrorists hijack a flight, one man must find a way to save everyone on board.

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Action

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence and some language | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

9 September 2003 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Air Marshal - Policías del aire  »

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Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)
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16 : 9
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Goofs

It is said that two F-16 aircraft are scrambled from the Navy's 6th fleet. The F-16 is an Air Force fighter and not equipped to be launched from a Naval aircraft carrier. See more »

Quotes

Sen. Chambers: Let's roll!
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Soundtracks

Lover's Waltz
Written and Performed by Bill Wandel (ASCAP)
Published by Spectrum Voyage (ASCAP)
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Pretty bad
25 August 2005 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

If you like fake Hollywood cookie-cutter movies, this is the film to beat. Despite being overtly explicit with its support of racial profiling and portraying Muslim Arabs as terrorists and big hunky white guys as heroes, the plot line is overly-predictable and the characters shallow and annoying. The acting isn't bad, nothing too amateurish though. Certainly written in the post 9-11 heyday, continuing the Hollywood stance of marginalizing targeted branded minorities of the sorts done in Air Force One and True Lies. Also, the camera shakes throughout the movie, simulating the plane flying through air - gets annoying.


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