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    Free Fall

Rating:

Disaster:

Air Disaster

Plot Summary:

A commercial airliner crash lands killing all the passengers and crew. A National Transportation and Safety Board investigator comes to investigate the incident and soon discovers that the crash was not an accident, but an act of sabotage, and that more accidents are soon to occur.

Comments:

An exciting film, containing some amazing special effects for a low budget flick. The films opening is truly exciting and gets the movie off to a thundering start. The characters aren't as interesting as you would like, but the dialogue is easy to follow and to the point. Unfortunately, the film starts to get a little dry about two thirds in, at which point less enthusiastic viewers may become bored. But stay with it, as 'Free Fall' is one of the best TV air disaster movies ever made.

Special Effects:

Disaster movie buffs may recognise the same stock footage used in 'Bees' as well as a few shots from 'Miracle Landing' and 'Fearless'. Normally I give a scathing review of any film that steals effects from other films but this one mixes it with it's own effects and the results are fantastic.

Status:

Unavailable

Released:

1999

Runtime:

89 mins

Color System:

Color

Screen Ratio:

Fullscreen (1.33:1)

Starring:

Jaclyn Smith, Bruce Boxleitner

Producer:

Michael Sloan

Director:

Mario Azzopardi

AKA:

none
   

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