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A few movies are so bad they're good. This one is so bad it's just awful. The title is awful. The plot is awful. The sets are awful. The CGI is awful. The bad guys are awful, and not even in the way that bad guys are supposed to be awful. The good guys are awful, too. The directing, lighting, sound, music, editing, casting, costuming, locations, visual effects, stunts and camera-work were all awful. The writing is especially awful. The TSA must have been awful to let the bad guys on the plane with so many guns. Holding phony airplane steering wheels, shaking them around while pretending to control the plane and clipping the tops of buildings and radio towers while flying at 27,000 feet is awful. The beginning is awful. The climax is awful. And without spoiling the ending, believe me, it's awful. Everything about this movie is so awful, that it doesn't rate a superlative of any kind: even the awfulness of this movie is awful.
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