When terrorists try to seize control of a Berlin-Paris flight, a soft-spoken young American co-pilot struggles to save the lives of the passengers and crew while forging a surprising connection with one of the hijackers.
Scott has been a case of arrested development since his firefighter dad died. He spends his days smoking weed and dreaming of being a tattoo artist until events force him to grapple with his grief and take his first steps forward in life.
Every Day's A Nightmare
Written by Doug Conlon
Performed by Fear of Sleep
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What a fantastic gory thriller.
* There is no end credit scene *
The directors Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion plus crew brought a fantastic gory thriller. Even though the movie was so easy to predict what it thrilled me was the way the main character was going to achieve what had to be done. The story is about a group of convicts that wants an object in a lake house, stumbling in the lives of a father trying to reconnect with his daughter, and there lies the problem with the plot because the object is revealed but what it opens remained mysterious. Maybe they wanted it to be different due to many movies having more or less the same concept of a family being held hostage because the antagonists want something from inside the house. It was a great idea to make it such an object though they failed to give it more explanation, it would have been great if they are thinking of a sequel. If one could steer away from that as I did, one can really enjoy the movie, I felt completely entertain by the way she takes matters in her own hands and my gosh how I loved the intensity of the gore. The theme is very strong of how death can change a person and given a situation one can never know what they are truly capable of.
The composer Nima Fakhrara kept the movie in its peak of suspense, what a depth it had and it felt like it was transforming the female lead actor.
The cast performance was great, well Kevin James has been stuck playing comedy roles and I was glad to see him in this kind of movie but he had room to improve on projecting a more frightening character. Now the latest scream queen Lulu Wilson, oh my how she rose in every single role now she becomes a badass. This movie is worth the watch due to the music and the breathtaking performance of Lulu Wilson, even though it wasn't meant to be I really want a sequel.
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