Friday, October 21, 2005

Flight Plan

The movie tries to blend different genres into a single platform. The movie starts as off as spooky blend of real and imaginary. Two different scences are juxtaposed into each other. The story really begins with Jodie Foster and her daughter boarding a airplane. The story is the incidents occuring on the plane. The momentum of the story keeps swinging back and forth. One moment it is predictable the other time you are surprized with the turn. **** Spoiler Alert ***** Don't read anymore if you don't want to know what happens. There are some good entertaining points of the film but there are too many holes in the script. How can people around Jodie have not seen her daughter? Its a claustrophic aircraft, not some spacious lounge where people don't see whats around them. Also if they pre-boarded how could the other air-hostesses or stewards not see the child? Well these two are the most obvious and most glaring points. If they had shown some intelligent way of these things could be explained for then the movie could have been a lot nicer. Jodie Foster as usual is top notch. The movie is worth watching for her alone. But there is no real value of watching the movie in a theater. Can easily wait for it to come out on video. 2.5/5(Average) Rating. But a good time pass flick if you have nothing better to do.

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