Air Collision (2012)

Air Collision (2012)

Reginald VelJohnsonJordan LaddGerald WebbMichael Teh
Liz Adams


Air Collision (2012) is a English movie. Liz Adams has directed this movie. Reginald VelJohnson,Jordan Ladd,Gerald Webb,Michael Teh are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2012. Air Collision (2012) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

A fierce electromagnetic storm cripples communications; as a result, two planes - one a commercial jet, the other Air Force One, carrying the President of the United States and his family - are on a collision course.

Air Collision (2012) Reviews

  • Crap


    A new air traffic control system malfunctions putting all air traffic in danger, including Air Force One. This film is so full of continuity and technical errors that I lost count. The DC9 has two isles. A stewardess walks aft from the middle of first class to bring a drink to row 3. Air Force One takes off THEN the occupants are told to prepare for take off. No one can find the magnetic compass! They try an Automatic External Defibrillator on a CONSCIOUS man, then do CPR on him. No one can pull the plug on the computer. The ATC controller handling Air Force One walks off of his station to make a cell phone call. PLEASE CRASH ALREADY! Made by the same geniuses that gave us the two headed shark. and Nazis at the Center of the Earth.

  • Amazing and Interesting


    Amazing waste of time, and interesting that I watch the whole video. If you'd like to watch something that is silly and almost pulp fictional, you might finish it also. There are way too many goofs, and ridiculously unbelievable instances. It would take a book to list them all. The dialog was sophomoric, and the acting was on par with a high school drama department with a video camera and a little imagination. The plausibility of a DC-9's wing smashing into the sides of a buildings, and continuing to fly, is somewhat hard to accept. Also, an out of control computer firing lasers down the hallways of Air Force One, takes more imagination than most average viewers are willing to give. We are expected to overlook a great deal, and use great imagination on the rest. The commercial pilot is one of the most believable characters with respect to his lines and his deliverance of them throughout the video, and he isn't too bad to look at, either. Even if they were all excellent actors, they didn't have much to work with in the way of script. The video could've explained in more detail what caused the catastrophe to begin, why everything suddenly started dropping out of orbit, most often making direct contact with populated, yet indiscriminate targets. We can guess what was, and wasn't going to happen, when a commercial flight is headed directly for Air Force One. but you'll have to watch the video to know for sure. The question is, will the video hold your interest that long. I stuck it out, even though it was predictable, but many won't.

  • Wow! Not in a good way!


    Where do I even begin? This movie is actually worth the watch if only to watch how terrible a movie can be. There's a scene in which a passenger is suffering a heart attack. Although he is still conscious, they attempt to defibrilate him (to no avail) and then attempt CPR again while the man is still conscious! Another reviewer, pointed out how implausible it would be to have a airplane strike its wing into a building/tower yet still be navigable is a far stretch indeed. There's just so many factual and continuity errors in this so-called movie that it's probably a great tool for amateur filmmakers to watch to get a sense of what a director should not do when making a movie. And what about that doctor on the bike in the painfully obvious fake military hangar setup? WTH was that all about? This movie, by far, ranks up there as probably the worse movie I've ever watched. Someone had a lot of fun using After Dark Effects while making this movie that's for sure.

  • Horrible


    This movie is completely horrible. The story is really bad. Movies with airplanes are not new, and this movie do not bring anything new or special. All the same, with bad actors and bad production. It is far from be realistic. Somethings is very annoying and makes no sense. Any person with sense about physics and sense knows that these things no make sense. This is not a fiction movie, so should not bring these kind of things. The special effects are terrible! I guess Star Wars in 1970 has better special effects than showed on this movie. Explosions, smokes, atmosphere, etc are completely ridiculous. I waist my money/time watching it.

  • Terrible...and I absolutely LOVED IT!


    Hey, come on. You rent a movie about Air Force One on a collision course with another plane and you gotta already know what you're getting into. That said, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and think it will one day reach cult status, especially since the only true star in it is "Carl Winslow" (Reginald VelJohnson) of Family Matters. His appearance alone makes it worth a watch. Where do I start? The movie starts off slow at first and them BAM! You find yourself on a careening roller coaster of delightful entertainment implausibility. The acting, dialogue and scenarios keep a coming fast and furious, with each scene exponentially worse than the last, and I mean in a good way. I actually found myself seriously contemplating what I might do if faced with retrieving a bag containing life saving medication for a woman having a grand-mall seizure, if it meant snatching that bag from sealing a hole in the plane made by one of Air Force One's Sidewinder missiles! Admit it, you can't find that kind of mind numbing creativity in just any old movie. This one is special. Or how about the crazy passenger who assaults the male flight attendant, gets knocked out by another passenger with a book only to awaken later and gleefully jump out of a SECOND HOLE in the top of the plane, made by scrapping the underside of Air Force One in a near miss. Can you beat that level of creative absurdity, I ask you? Simply wonderful and stupid fun. At least this movie never tries to be what it isn't, and that should be appreciated BEFORE WATCHING to get maximum enjoyment. I loved it and will haul it out from time to time just to remind me of what makes a bad movie such a guilty pleasure. It reminds me of all those great, goofy 80's movies that were just so craftily stupid they were big, dumb fun. Watch it and check your brain at the door, you'll have a good time, I promise.


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