When a hostage situation arises on-board a private plane with the daughter of a billionaire on-board. Major John Masters (Sabato Jr.) teams up with Captain Williams (Michael Paré) to stop the terrorist and land the plane.
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A private flight for a billionaire's daughter and her friends becomes a hellish ordeal when the plane is overtaken by a team of terrorists, plotting to hold the billionairess hostage. But there is one thing the hijackers didn't count on - Major John Masters, who is also on board. Within a matter of minutes the situation spirals out of control, resulting in a wounded pilot, several dead, and a severely damaged plane. Now, Masters must somehow land the plane on a small Pacific island despite a category five hurricane if they hope to survive-that is if Captain Williams and his team can finish the runway in time... Written by
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When Major Masters is coming in for a crash landing, he first hits a high voltage tower and shreds it with his right wing. Instead of the aircraft slewing to the right from impact, it continues on straight with no damage to the right wing. He then crash lands on a highway and slides wheels up down the highway, his right wing neatly cutting off wooden telephone poles. Again, he continues straight, not slewing right and when the plane comes to a stop by the fuel truck, there is no damage to the right wing. See more »
Even if not expecting a huge amount in the first place, you do not expect to see a movie this bad. This was exactly the case with Crash Landing, the only good thing being how well it managed to live up to its title. It is very choppily edited, almost as if the whole movie was made in a desperate rush. The story didn't involve at all, and further disadvantaged by sluggish pacing, too many ridiculous moments to list and the action-like sequences hopelessly contrived. The characters are little more than walking clichés that we learn nothing about and end up hating so much, while the acting is terrible especially from that non-entity Antonio Sabbato Jnr. But if there is anything that fared the absolute worst here, it was the dialogue, it was laughably cringe worthy and the cheese factor is constantly hit right at you. In conclusion, an utter wreck with nothing to redeem it other than the irony of its title. 1/10 Bethany Cox
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