COEWR2587
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"Flightplan" The Movie Website

Mon May 09, 2005 6:09 am

Here's a link to the website of the new Jodie Foster movie "Flightplan".

http://touchstone.movies.go.com/index.html?dlink=flightplan

[Edited 2005-05-08 23:09:41]
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bravo45
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Mon May 09, 2005 2:50 pm

In the middle of the trailer as I was thinking for once there is an aviation movie not about an inflight emergency.............. oops!!!
Lol, thanks for the link, I am definately looking forward to it.
 
Cessnapimp
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Mon May 09, 2005 3:26 pm

Airbus A380's make little girls dissappear... little girls... have they no shame...

j/k  laughing 

Seriously, sounds like a great movie! Anything with that much airplane in it, count me in!

This is weird that you are posting this now COEWR2587, just this weekend I was operating on a HKG-YYZ. On long hauls we like to tell each other "Airplane Ghost Stories" to make the time go by faster (15 hours has a lot of dead moments no pun). One of them was of a flight attendant that was going down to the A340-300 LD-MCR (lower deck main crew rest) for her rest to find a man down there sitting at the bottom of the stairs. He was looking frightened and was looking for something, breathing heavily. She told him he was not allowed down there and led him up the stairs. The man vanished in the cabin... probably went back to his seat... or so she thought. She tried to locate him later to speak to him, but couldn't find him. During the layover she overheard the pilot say about a pax who died of a severe asthma attack the week before. They couldn't find his inhaler in time... then added quite nonchalantly that they had to keep his body in the LD-MCR for the remainder of the flight...

Not true of course, but fun stories we like to exchange to each other and passengers who are always in for a good ghost story  Smile and contribute a few themselves!
 
PITA333
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 3:35 am

Is the movie actually suppose to be set on an A380, or a fictional plane?
 
NBGSkyGod
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 4:44 am

It looks like a fictional plane, based obviously on the A380
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AirWillie6475
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 5:18 am

What ever happened to "ladies and gentlemen return to your seats we have some turbulence ahead" Yet a woman is fondling with the electrical equipment in the plane's basement? This movie is going to blow for us that knnow planes but for people that have no idea it might be good. Also the captain seems like he is staying in the cabin as much as he is flying the plane. The movie better have a good ending and they better not have an ending like "OH, there you are, I've been looking allover the plane for you"
 
sacflyer
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 5:21 am

Like losing your luggage on a plane isn't enough to worry about?
I'm just happy that RR ratings can't be in negative numbers!
 
redngold
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 6:28 am

Internet Movie Database page for "Flightplan":

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0408790/
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goCOgo
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 6:35 am

Quoting PITA333 (Reply 3):
Is the movie actually suppose to be set on an A380, or a fictional plane?

According to something I read a while ago, it is set aboard an "A347" or "A374" or something like that. But even those non aviation geeks could figure out the it was supposed to be the A380.
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tattvc
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 6:53 am

I think I saw in one review while I was trying to find the trailer about a month ago, I saw one that was the A380, and two if them said "the state of the art E-474". Other differences where the stated altitude: "At [insert 30,000, 37,000 (offical) or 40,000] feet above the Atlantic on the [insert A380 or E-474]..." and you've got all the reviews covered!

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sacflyer
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 7:26 am

Is it just me, or is Jodie Foster still as hot as ever?
I'm just happy that RR ratings can't be in negative numbers!
 
goCOgo
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RE: "Flightplan" The Movie Website

Sat May 14, 2005 11:18 am

Quoting Sacflyer (Reply 10):
Is it just me, or is Jodie Foster still as hot as ever?

She does still look good. But don't go thinking about shooting someone important to get her attention.  Big grin
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