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On May 12th, Vista Pacific Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. The take-off is routine but what transpires over the next ten hours is anything but ordinary. As the overnight flight makes its way over the Pacific Ocean, the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin.Written by
Most modern aircraft - especially those on intercontinental routes - have crew break rooms or "rest areas" aboard, where the crew can catch some Zs on long flights. Perfect for hiding something like a dead body, away from the passengers. See more »
In the movie the upstairs of the 747 aircraft which is First Class has a movie screen at the front of the cabin. The flight attendants and passengers are shown going downstairs and entering the flight deck. On an actual 747 the flight deck is on the upper floor. See more »
So I'm backpacking through Asia, it's going to be awesome.
[Jake gets out his iPad and starts to play Air Hockey on it]
I'm going to catch some waves...
[Suzy sees Jake playing on his iPad and bends down to him]
Excuse me, all electronic devices must be turned...
No prob, brom.
[Suzy walks away and Jake turns back to Raquel]
Total urban myth by the way, I guarantee you I leave this thing on, this plane is not gonna crash.
So, why do they say it in?
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A Japanese Horror that ....well was disappointing :-(
Usually Japanese Horrors are up there with the top horror movies I have seen (The Ring, Grudge, etc) so when I saw this was Japanese production I had I hopes for a thrill. Unfortunately I feel for some reason the director tried to hard to please the Hollywood crowd.
Lets start with the good.... The concept and plot is fresh and interesting - horror on a plane. The tense build up to the horror is done well. The Twizzlers sticks twist.
Then the bad.... The characters are stereotypical Hollywood horror cast - young couple, goth, guy who cant wait to get some, pilot having an affair with the air hostess. When things start "happening" things get a bit confusing with "things" crossing into many horror genres it does not really make sense and just gets silly.
The ugly... Some of the acting and dialog is a bit amateurish. They could have done with a more international cast The tense build up to that horror scene - is cut away so you don't really see people fate, just screaaaammmm....cut, scccrreeeaammm... cut.
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