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Airtight (1999)

In the future, Earth has run out of air and it's up to the "Air Force" to rescue the world.

Director:

Ian Barry

Writer:

Ian Barry
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Grayson McCouch ... Rat Lucci
Andrew McFarlane ... Conrad
Tasma Walton ... Virg
Marshall Napier ... Norscrum
Grant Piro Grant Piro ... Freddy
Danny Adcock Danny Adcock ... Studds
Ritchie Singer ... Lugarno
Salvatore Coco ... Dimitri
Alan Lovell Alan Lovell ... Flyer
Frank Whitten ... Escher
Simone Kessell ... Portia
Jon Pollard Jon Pollard ... Andolino
Paul Tassone ... Murchie
Andrea Moor ... Elsa Conrad
Shane Briant ... Harkfield
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In the future, Earth has run out of air and it's up to the "Air Force" to rescue the world.

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 November 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Airtight - Mörderisches Labyrinth See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Freddy: You know that the security on the Labyrinth is tighter than a wetsuit on a Sumo wrestler.
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I can't breathe!
31 May 2006 | by Torgo_ApprovesSee all my reviews

This was one extremely boring movie! I'd rather hang out with Al Gore than force myself through this yawn-inducing crapfest again. Truly pathetic, a made-for-TV flick, complete with pauses for commercial breaks! Awful special effects, bad actors, a silly and boring plot... well, this is definitely one of those stuffed things you have for Thanksgiving.

In the not too distant future, Earth has run out of air because of nuclear explosions, or something. This would be a good enough plot for a sci-fi... if it wasn't ripped off from SPACEBALLS! Our hero, played by comatose "actor" Marshall Napier, sets out to avenge his father, or win back his girlfriend, or something... to be frank, I lost my way halfway through the movie because it was so terrible. There's a subplot involving an evil boss cheating on his wife, but it goes nowhere and is complete filler.

Miss this junk if it's on the air (pun intended). It's not even worth seeing for fans of B-movies, it's that boring. The only "tight" thing in this film is super hot Tasma Walton's... uh... outfits. (r#29)


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