|Quoting Thepilot (Reply 1):|
Also, but it is funny, in Airplane! when the directors give the 707 engine sound off as a propeller!
|Quoting AC320tech (Reply 3):|
"Noware to land" a TBS made-for-tv movie that was just awful. 747-200 with a 747-400 flightdeck. It was really really bad.
|Quoting Ptrjong (Reply 2):|
Look up 'parody' in your dictionary.
|Quoting DreamsUnited (Thread starter):|
what is the worst mistake you have ever seen?
|Quoting EK413 (Reply 8):|
It was a major advertising campain which we agree on.....'CastAway'....
One of the errors I picked up on the movie is the seen where 'Chuck' is running late for his evening flight and is clearly flying out on a FedEx Airbus A300F....When the aircraft experiences problems and crashes into the sea 1000 nautical miles off course and 'Chuck' is floats to the surface onboard the life raft and the powerplant comes screaming towards him you can clearly see a DC-10 / MD-11 tail sinking......
|Quoting ReidYYZ (Reply 7):|
|Quoting Alaskaqantas (Reply 10):|
P.S. I pointed it out to a non-aviation person and they go "so what, who cares."
|Quoting Gunsontheroof (Reply 11):|
As though Hollywood inaccuracies were limited to aviation...
It's fantasy. Who cares?
|Quoting EK413 (Reply 12):|
Another Hollywood favourite featuring once again Tom Hanks in 'The Terminal".....
It was an amazing job behind the seens building an entire Terminal inside an aircraft hangar!!!
|Quoting Jeffry747 (Reply 28):|
I still have yet to see animators animate an airplane that actually flies correctly
|Quoting Bnamaxx (Reply 34):|
Airport 79: The Concorde. Leave it to George Kennedy/Joe Patroni do do a couple of barrel rolls and 360's at mach 2 to avoid an errant missle
|Quoting ACDC8 (Reply 35):|
One thing that always makes me chuckle though, and it is not limited to aviation related films, is the use of other airports rather then the one dipicted in the film. Flight 93 as an example, the airport is supposed to be EWR, but one can clearly tell it's YVR simply by the terminal itself, the mountains in the background and the WestJet 737s and Central Mountain Air B1900s on the ramp.
|Quoting N231YE (Reply 45):|
I've never seen Killer Buzz, but thanks to your details, it seems this is a BAD movie, and I'll never try to see it.