An FBI agent went to Australia with his family to capture a serial killer. When Australian Police captured the main suspect, he and his family went back to USA. Unfortunately the REAL ... See full summary »
Fitz returns to Manchester after living 10 years in Australia with his wife and youngest son. He is soon drawn into the investigation of a British soldier who may have been traumatized by his years serving in Northern Ireland.
A young, attractive and successful publisher has a hidden secret. She is adopted and originally from Pinecrest. When she gets the job to visit an author in the small town of Pinecrest she ... See full summary »
An FBI agent went to Australia with his family to capture a serial killer. When Australian Police captured the main suspect, he and his family went back to USA. Unfortunately the REAL serial killer also went back to USA in the same airplane with the FBI agent and his family. Written by
A Qantas Boeing 747SP (one of two operated by the airline, registration VH-EAB) was digitally repainted (ie. using computer software rather than actually repainting the aircraft) in the livery of the fictional Oceanic Airways for the ground scenes. The aircraft was replaced by a CG model while in flight. Many of the scenes set inside the aircraft were filmed in the Qantas cabin crew training facility. See more »
I watched this movie for a couple of reasons. 1. David James Elliot 2. The review was good 3. Nothing else worth watching.
After watching it, I thought it was quite enjoyable, particulary towards the end.
A couple of faults with the movie though, on being with Terry the wife being too annoying and to many 'As if" situations such as as if you would leave your son alone while there's a serial killer after you and your family. It was also pretty predictbale towards the end to guess the killer, even though you may have suspected others that are brought into the story.
Not bad for an afternoon's viewing though.
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