U.S. Air force officer Hank Thomas attempts to expose a military cover-up after a civiian airliner crashes.

Director:

Phillip J. Roth

Writers:

Terri Neish (screenplay), Jonathan Raymond (screenplay) (as Jon Meyer)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dale Midkiff ... Capt. Hank Thomas
William Shatner ... Maj. Robert Carson
Judd Nelson ... Harold Peters
Jennifer Rubin ... Sharon Williams
Cliff Robertson ... Buzz Thomas
Mark Kiely ... Roger the Rat
Dean Biasucci ... Roth Jankins
Sandra Dee Robinson ... Barbara Edwards (as Sandra Fergeson)
Natasha Roth ... Alisia Edwards
Allison Dunbar ... Connie Eldridge
Que Kelly Que Kelly ... Weapons Specialist
Donald Li ... Capt. Chow
William Zabka ... John - Security Guard
Bo Eason Bo Eason ... Security Guard
Jeff Rank Jeff Rank ... Harmon Yaznah
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Storyline

Three years after Hank Thomas was thrown out of the air force because his best friend was killed in a military experiment/exercise led by Major Carson who caused the crash of TWA flight 800, he is approached by a group of CIA agents led by Harold Peters and Sharon Williams and Carson. They tell him that a microwave beam weapon killed his friend and those on TWA flight 800 and has now been attached to a super-sonic fighter plane called the Flacon. The falcon project has just been canceled by the military and the company that built it plans to steal it from its base at Area 51 and then sell it to the Chinese for $10 billion and that they need Hank's help to steal the plane and fly it to Alaska to have it dismantled before the company steals it. Hank and the CIA agents are secretly parachuted into Area 51 and in a gun battle get to the Falcon's hanger and steal it. But soon the Air Force is in pursuit as the plane makes its way to Alaska and events make Hank realize that the four CIA ... Written by timdalton007

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Trivia

The design of the Falcon is very close to that of the U.S. Air Force experimental XB-70 Valkyrie supersonic bomber. The actual project was abandoned after the loss of one of the prototypes in an accident. See more »

Goofs

Nearly all airplanes (and all US military planes) today have self-sealing fuel tanks, so putting a bullet hole in one tank would not cause a catastrophic loss of fuel. See more »

Connections

References First Blood (1982) See more »

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not bad
23 February 2008 | by kristophusSee all my reviews

I think that they spent all of their money on the actors. The end is interesting.

wow

really, ten lines?

is the minimum

OK,, i just wanted to leave a small comment about a movie i watched. this,

is ridiculous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Cantonese

Release Date:

12 February 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Destino Final See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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