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Last Flight Out (2004)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Drama | 6 May 2004 (USA)
A clean family movie of action, humor, and love. Pilot Dan's mission: rescue a woman working a jungle clinic in midst of warfare. She and another are willing to sacrifice their lives for ... See full summary »

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A clean family movie of action, humor, and love. Pilot Dan's mission: rescue a woman working a jungle clinic in midst of warfare. She and another are willing to sacrifice their lives for villagers. A daring rescue results in a changed life. Planes, helicopter, explosions, and Samaritan's Purse are elements. Written by Brenda Rogers

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2005 Crown Award Winner for Best Drama Over $250,000 (Gold) See more »

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Angel Unaware
Written by Stan Barrett and Aaron Barker
Performed by Aaron Barker
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You can't fly away from your troubles.
26 September 2003 | by (Ypsilant, MI USA) – See all my reviews

Last Flight Out is an interesting film. It is set in South America in an area controlled not by a government, but by a minor warlord. A single American missionary doctor has remained to help the needy. Her old romantic interest flies in to bring her out, but she doesn't want to go. Lots of other sub-plots, but that's typical for this sort of adventure film. This is a World Wide Pictures (Billy Graham) film, so there is a Christian sub-plot; her old romance (the pilot) is a tough yet nice guy, but he isn't a Christian. I won't spoil the picture for you, but this is a picture designed to make you contemplate why you are doing what you are doing. It's a good film.


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