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Hijacked (2012)

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A special agent's plans to reconcile with his ex-fiancé are ruined when she boards a private jet that is targeted by hijackers working for the same crime lord that he is chasing.

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Mike Meltzer (as Robert Martin Steinberg)
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Michelle Leib
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Brandon Cordon ...
Bartender
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Liesel
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Max
Morgan Gillio ...
Billy
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Nick Stanton
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A special agent's plans to reconcile with his ex-fiancé are ruined when she boards a private jet that is targeted by hijackers working for the same crime lord that he is chasing.

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Flying has never been so dangerous...

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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11 December 2012 (Netherlands)  »

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Aeropeirateia  »

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Scott Adkins was originally cast as Rostow Pawlak but due to filming delays he dropped out. Holt McCallany then accepted the role. See more »

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Early in the movie there is a news report stating "a trove of arms from German military forces were discovered in Pakistan". While the reporter specifically says "German military" equipment it shows British SA80 rifles as the supposed German military equipment. Germans do not use the British SA80 rifle platform, instead using their own weapons manufactured in-country. See more »

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OK if you are not expecting james bond
31 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

clearly a low budget film and the staging and stock shots evidence this. but for what it is, it works. tough guys, good looking girls, and lots of action. i liked the flight attendant, the journalist and the pilot.... that's the guy i want in the cockpit on my next flight. I am up for a sequel and this movie sets the stage nicely for one. Only difference I would like to see is on the budget. spend five times what was spent on the first movie (whatever that amount was ) and you will have a good picture. I am not saying you need to be on location but get staging the has the rounded appearance and proportions of an airplane not a hotel lobby and cast situation actors conforming to the purported location.


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