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This film is about a group of people on an International flight which leaves from England during an oncoming storm. It's the last flight allowed to leave the airport. On that flight is an ancient vase from China, but is it cursed? As the flight gets further away from where it departed from it soon becomes apparent that something is not right on board. Strange things start to happen and people start going missing, but how can that be when it's only a 747? Where are they? And what's behind it all? Someone knows more than they're letting on to. Written by
Michael Hallows Eve
Sadly I spent £3.49 renting this film online. If it had cost 29p it would have been too much. But it isn't the money that bothers me, it's the time I wasted watching the film believing that it must, surely, get better at some point. Imagine the worst B movie you can - add in poor special effects, rubbish acting and a storyline worthy of a 6 year old and you might get close to understanding how awful this film is. It wasn't funny, you didn't care if any of the characters died (in fact you pretty much hoped all of them would) and I would go as far as to say that this represented the worst of British filmmaking. There wasn't an option to put less than one star - but if there had have been, I most definitely would have used it!
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