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Aerial photography with a teeny, weeny, plot!
Ok, so you really do have to suspend any sense of reality if you're going to get anything out of this totally far-fetched airborne fantasy - but I still didn't hate it. The acting is terrible - but did anyone expect any less from Alexander ("Uhtred") Dreymon? It takes for ever to get going, but when it does Allison Williams as his stranded co-passenger "Sara" has some fun and is game for a few silly escapades as the adventure lurches from the entertaining to the down right preposterous; but it's tongue is firmly in it's cheek and I've seen worse lately as the lockdown production dearth propels mediocre efforts like this onto a big screen that normally would take two years to hit Amazon Prime. Aim low and it's not dreadful, but aeronautically speaking - it's a work of fiction that needs to be taken with a whole bucket of salt!
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