Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. As the overnight flight makes its way over the Pacific Ocean during its ten-hour course, the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin.
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On May 12th, Vista Pacific Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. The take-off is routine but what transpires over the next ten hours is anything but ordinary. As the overnight flight makes its way over the Pacific Ocean, the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin. Written by
Originally had an August 31st 2012 release. See more »
About halfway through the movie, "Nightmare At 20,000 Feet", and episode of The Twilight Zone which features a gremlin on the side of the plane, slowly dismantling it while terrifying William Shatner is being shown as the in-flight entertainment. In reality, any scenes of that caliber would be edited out so as not to disturb passengers. See more »
So I'm backpacking through Asia, it's going to be awesome.
[Jake gets out his iPad and starts to play Air Hockey on it]
I'm going to catch some waves...
[Suzy sees Jake playing on his iPad and bends down to him]
Excuse me, all electronic devices must be turned...
No prob, brom.
[Suzy walks away and Jake turns back to Raquel]
Total urban myth by the way, I guarantee you I leave this thing on, this plane is not gonna crash.
So, why do they say it in?
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Fun, atmospheric, well crafted Thriller... (I better not say more : )
Number one... (I just went, so I'm kinda proud) No, let me start again. Number one. With films like this or any kind of Horror / Slasher film where you have an established group of people, what almost ALWAYS kills it is the stupid, and I mean STUPID acting. However, that is why I start off saying 'Number one' Because as the movie progressed right from the beginning that was THE very first thing I noticed immediately, that the acting actually was quite good and was really believable, realistic, and restrained. Which is NOT usually the case. Especially when you have the usual stereotypes within these groups. But, I can say that I was genuinely quite impressed that even the more annoying characters (when I say that, I mean the characters who are supposed to be annoying) did not overdo it. The 'Goth' girl didn't go overboard with her attitude and the OCD chick could have EASILY overdone it and just come across like every other caricature that is usually depicted in films like this. But most pleasantly, everyone honestly presented their characters in a believable way that DIDN'T take you right out of the movie like so many do. So, I was MOST impressed by that!
Okay, you have to realize that they are not re-inventing the Horror wheel here (just thought of that myself : ) YES, this story has been done many, MANY times. BUT... and it is a BIG BUT like Mariah Carey's... to me personally, all that matters in a film is that no matter WHAT the hell it is about or whatever Genre it is or even if we have seen the same story hundreds of times... The ONLY thing (to me anyway) that matters is this... IS IT DONE WELL? That's it. Simple, really. And yes, I feel that although this is clearly not even CLOSE to being the scariest or most inventive Horror film around, I fully enjoyed it and I thought that it was put together very, very well.
I think that people forget sometimes when they are seeing films like this (and subsequently come here to show us how dense and jaded they are by pretentiously proclaiming the film to be crap) they forget that sometimes movies can just be simple, good, effective stories. And that is just as true with Horror films as it is with a nice story about a family or a horse (God forbid... sorry, I do draw the line somewhere...) or whatever. Sometimes it is just a good, tight, well directed, well acted, well put together film. And that is the case here. NO... it is no 'EXORCIST' or 'NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD' or even one of my very favourites, 'SESSION 9', but it is a good, entertaining film for those who appreciate simple Genre films that just do what they are supposed to do.
For what it's worth, I fully agree with the reviewer StaySweetMisery from Australia in what they said. Including also feeling that the tacked on 2 minutes at the end could have been done like WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY better. At first, when that final scene kind of surprisingly came back on right when you likely thought that the movie was over, I thought, ahhhh... they are gonna add a nice little tie-up here (and I have NUMEROUS ideas as to what they COULD have done, and one of them just MIGHT have something to do with a little doll...: ) Anyway, so THAT last 2 minutes was dumb, because in my lowly and wretched opinion, that would have been a PERFECT place to tie in with the overall theme of the film and also with something that the Goth chick had explained earlier, leaving the film with a bit more of a 'Punch'. But they just kind of threw that last little bit away like either they were tired, or out of money, or whatever.
But, other than that, I fully enjoyed this effective, atmospheric, moody, but simple film. I think you should too, IF you appreciate what kind of film this is going in...
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