Last night I saw one of the most pathetic movies involving aviation, "Turbulence".
The first thing I noticed which was bad was that they had a 742 on route from the East coast to the West coast with only 11 passengers (Talk about a non revenue flight). Then 2 of those passengers were criminals being transported on a commercial jet with passengers onboard and then there were also 4 security guards onboard. Two for each criminal. Then the cockpit was not a 742 because there was no Flight Engineer. There were only two pilots so I figured that it must have been a 744. The floors and the main set of stairs leading up to the second floor was made out of wood. I am no expert within aviation safety but I don't think that you are allowed to have that much wood onboard the aircraft and then also have christmas ornaments. Then when the first officer had set the autopilot to cruise because he wanted to go back and see what was going on the plane made a sudden dive (while on autopilot) so that the FO hit his head on the panel and died.
Later during the storm the aircraft made a 180 degree roll so that the a/c was flying inverted. Then it rolled back to its normal flight direction (There was also no damage done to the a/c while flying inverted). I also don't think that those types of storms exist at 33,000 feet.
During the autoland process the nose gear tore right though a rooftop made out of concreat without becoming damaged. Then the MLG touched down on top of a car park and brought down a couple of cars without changing any speed or altitude of the aircraft. One of the MLG also had a car stuck on it. Then the flight attended controlled the a/c so that it did a autoland.
I also don't understand why in most of the aviation related movies a 747 is flown. Especially in this movie.
Talk about science fiction!