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Release Date:
28 February 2010 (USA) See more »
At 39,000 feet, you're on your own.
A new airplane that's equipped with a new computer that can fly the plane on its own is about to have its first flight... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Casper Van Dien ... Tom Woodard

Brad Dourif ... Richard Devain

Nicole Eggert ... Samantha Woodard

Patrick Muldoon ... Charles Devain

Ted Monte ... First Officer Peterson

Mark Enticknap ... Cooper

Gerald Webb ... General's Second Aide
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Toni Adair ... Betty
Teresa Barbosa ... Melinda

Cal Bartlett ... General Caldwell

Siri Baruc ... Tracey

Stan Bly ... Roger

Jason Cook ... John Wilson

Trish Cook ... TV Reporter

Mark Costello ... Gardner

John L. Curtis ... Aide
Ben Deschaine ... Nighthawk Pilot

Nina Fehren ... Nancy Carter
Michael Gaglio ... Person 2
Valerie K. Garcia ... Passenger
Matt Gaydos ... Person 4

Summer Harlow ... Person #3

Haran Jackson ... Taylor

Angela Landis ... Person #1

Kinsey McLean ... Jimmy

Randy Mulkey ... Reporter

Bru Muller ... Powell

Kelly Noonan ... Susan

David Novak ... Stevens

Kimberly Parmon ... Janet

Erin Pickett ... VIP

Timi Prulhiere ... Pat

Todd Senofonte ... Captain Taggart

Robert R. Shafer ... Jackson

Michael Swan ... Capt. Lankford
André Tardieu ... Malcolm

Pamela Walworth ... Miriam Carter

Directed by
Fred Olen Ray 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Fred Olen Ray  written by
Peter Sullivan  written by

Produced by
Barry Barnholtz .... executive producer
Jerry Fruchtman .... executive producer
Peter Fruchtman .... executive producer
Diane Healey .... associate producer
Fred Olen Ray .... producer
Kimberly A. Ray .... co-producer
Kimberly A. Ray .... line producer
Jeffrey Schenck .... executive producer
Peter Sullivan .... co-producer
Original Music by
Jason Solowsky 
Cinematography by
Theo Angell 
Film Editing by
Randy Carter 
Production Design by
Peter Dang 
Art Direction by
Noah Naylor 
Costume Design by
Elizabeth Jett 
Production Management
Kimberly A. Ray .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bryan Boardley .... second assistant director
Randy Carter .... second unit director
Thomas Kuk .... first assistant director
T.L. Lankford .... second unit director
Christopher Ray .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Carlo Garduno .... swing crew
Visual Effects by
Bennique Blasini .... visual effects supervisor
Steven M. Blasini .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Ben Demaree .... gaffer
William Hall .... grip
Ed Joyce .... swing
David Miller .... swing
Glenn Miller .... key grip
Kelly Travis .... assistant camera (as Kelly Richard)
Evans Vestal Ward .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ann Nguyen .... set costumer
Other crew
Mary E. Brown .... production coordinator
Liana Bryer .... executive assistant
Valerie K. Garcia .... craft service
Andrea Kennedy .... production coordinator
Anthony King .... production assistant

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82 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Audio/visual unsynchronized: In the opening scene, as the pilots attempt a landing, they inform the control tower that they have no engines. Yet in the wide shots as the plane passes overhead, the only audio is the whine of jet engines.See more »


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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
So substandard that you should see it to believe it, 4 June 2010
Author: fakkeldij from Netherlands

This was broadcasted by commercial TV RTL who apparently have the distribution right and released it in Holland a few weeks ago. We estimated the movie to be from the '80's or earlier given the pathetic "special effects" (well, they were special - I'm sure my two 11 year's old nephews could have matched the computer art work easily). But it appeared to be brand new. The acting looked like it was some kind of parody on something but as nothing was funny we think it wasn't. The story, ...never mind. Goofs are sometimes hard to find but in this movie they are just common. The writer must never have been in a plane let alone the cockpit of it.

The 4 is because it's so bad that you should see it to believe and that makes it funny in a way....

Dick & Elke

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