Left Behind finds commercial airline pilot Ray Steele (Nicholas Cage) struggling to keep his passengers calm and his plane afloat after the Biblical Rapture strikes mid-flight. Meanwhile, GWN reporter Cameron "Buck" Williams (Chad Michael Murray) becomes Ray's reluctant co-pilot, and Ray's terrified daughter Chloe (Cassi Thompson) braves the chaos of the city streets in search of her brother and mother..
It was announced Ashley Tisdale was cast as Chloe Steele on January 7th, 2013 via Deadline. On August 8, 2013, it was announced Tisdale had dropped out of the project due to a scheduling conflict since she was trying to pursue another opportunity on television. Production was delayed from March to August and producer Paul Lalonde stated they waited until the last minute to recast her in case her schedule changed to allow her to stay on. Cassi Thomson was chosen to replace her and take the role of Chloe Steele. See more »
Normal procedure when a fuel tak is punctured or a fault is detected is to use the plane's controls to pump the fuel from the damaged tank into the undamaged tanks using the cross flow control. However this is not done. Also if you have a fuel leak near an engine that engine would be shut off to minimise risk of igniting the leaking fuel. See more »
To avoid a 15 rating in the UK for a home video release, the distributors cut 79 seconds of strong threat and violence in order to obtain a 12 classification. However, the 12 version was not released, and the uncut version was released with a 15 on DVD and Blu-ray. See more »
This movie was simply AWFUL. Really, really bad. And to those who are going to argue that the reason why this movie is rated so low is because people are becoming "anti- Christian", NO. The acting was terrible, the script was horrendous, seriously. A group of high school kids in drama club could do better. It was deathly boring, i thought I was in there for more than three hours.
Worst of all is the message its trying to send. Isn't it curious that the movie tried so hard to portray all of those that were left as bad messed up people? So is that supposed to mean that those who don't believe in the Christian God are all either cheaters, flirts, gamblers, thieves, drug addicts and just generally messed up? Because that's what I saw. Don't think I wouldn't catch that. I get that its a Christian movie but its still a pretty offensive way of showing off your faith.
Even in the Philippines, which is predominantly made up of believers, people in the theatre couldn't help but laugh at how absolutely ridiculous everything was. Worst movie EVER
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