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Destination: Infestation (2007)

TV-14 | | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 7 July 2007
While on a flight home from Colombia, the plane that Dr. Carrie Ross and her daughter are on is attacked by bullet ants whose sting is the most painful and deadliest on the planet. Joining ... See full summary »

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Dr. Carolyn Ross
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Ethan Hart
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Captain Dan McReady
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Kayla Johnson
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Ken
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Dean Phillips
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Jamie Ross
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Neil Webb
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Donald Aubrey
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Paulie
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Robbie Avila
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Judy Perez
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Jason Blyth
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Beverly Blyth
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While on a flight home from Colombia, the plane that Dr. Carrie Ross and her daughter are on is attacked by bullet ants whose sting is the most painful and deadliest on the planet. Joining forces with air marshal Ethan Hart, Dr. Ross, an entomologist, tries desperately to save the flight from disaster. In the end, their struggle brings them closer together and offers the couple hope for the future. Written by George Mendeluk

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7 July 2007 (USA)  »

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Goofs

The airplane washroom signs are in both English and Japanese which is typical of airplanes in British Columbia on the West Coast (where this movie was filmed) which travel to Asia frequently. But since the plane was coming from Columbia, South America to Miami the second language should have been Spanish. See more »

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Spoofs Snakes on a Plane (2006) See more »

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Montuno Ponerine
Written and Performed by Vincent Mai (as Vince Mai)
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They have to be kidding
22 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is stupid in countless ways, but I'll focus on only one. The killer ant-infested plane was flying at 35,000 feet, where it is very cold. Insects are cold-blooded animals and cannot function effectively below room temperature. Whatever threat the ants presented could have been easily neutralized (at the penalty of some passenger discomfort) by turning off the heat in the aircraft and if necessary, ventilating in outside air. Evidently the basic physiology of insects never occurred to the writers, because early in the story the ants flee to the luggage hold, where they would instantly have been immobilized by the cold.

This may not matter to disaster movie fans who love stereotypical disaster movie plots and characters, but folks who desire a modicum of believability will be disappointed to say the least.


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