Five friends on a small airplane mysteriously lose their radio connection on a trip from New York to LA. As they continue their flight, they're forced to assume that a major disaster happened on the ground. They discover a stowaway, Erik, who urges them not to land at any cost. Before they run out of fuel, they must find out the truth.
Instead of trying to chop off the actual engine from the plane, they could just shutdown one engine and thereby halve the amount of fuel used. Chopping off the engine also would result in fluid losses and fuel leaks. See more »
First they claim they have to descend to open the door, which is correct, although around 10,000 ft should be enough they seem to descend to below 1,000ft. Later when they are to chop of the engine, they have no problem doing this at what appears to be cruising altitude, which would not be survivable. See more »
Don't bother - this review had more budget and suspense
Where do I start... ? Bad acting, stupid plot-twists... it just sucked from start to end.
Low budget is no excuse! This is clearly an attempt to lure actors to a studio so producers could molest them, and then release this piece of crap to hide the fact..
Do not waste your money on this.
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