A murder inside the Louvre, and clues in Da Vinci paintings, lead to the discovery of a religious mystery protected by a secret society for two thousand years, which could shake the foundations of Christianity.
A man is marooned on an island after his plane crashes into the ocean. Far away from home, his girlfriend, and any human contact, he engages in a battle of wits with himself as he is tested mentally, physically, and emotionally in order to survive. Written by
When Chuck Noland realizes a Russian FedEx van is stuck after being fitted with a parking boot, he immediately wrangles a crew of employees for a makeshift "sort" in the middle of Red Square. A FedEx sort is designed to separate packages into zones/trucks based on where in the country they'll be routed, once they reach the airport. The process is so ingrained in Noland's psyche that even when marooned on the island, he gathers several FedEx packages from the ocean that have floated ashore, checks their routing destinations and performs a "sort" right on the beach. See more »
When Kelly relates to Chuck that the Tennessee Titans "nearly won" the Super Bowl but lost because of "one lousy yard" she is referring to SB XXXIV on January 30, 2000 when the game ended with Titan Kevin Dyson being tackled on the one yard line on the last play of the game. However, the final score of the game was 23-16 so even had Dyson scored and the extra point converted the game would've gone into overtime and the outcome would still be in doubt. It was possible that the Titans could've gone for a two-point conversion to win the game, however it's highly unlikely that a coach would take that chance in that scenario. Thus for Kelly's statement to be correct there needed to be several scenarios to play out in the Titans favor. See more »
I should've never gotten on that plane. I should've never gotten out of the car.
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I think this is an excellent movie..I've noticed many felt it "too long, boring, etc..." which is to be expected in today's "gimme non-stop action; I haven't been doing anything for 5 minutes, I'm bored" mentality. This was a true man vs nature movie that really made me think about what I take for granted and I found myself wondering how I would react in such a situation. Would I talk to a volleyball? you betcha...anyone who has spent any significant time alone can relate. Bought the DVD and will watch it for years too come.
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