Action • PG • 1970 • 2 hr 17 min
More of a '60s movie in its production design and storytelling. The overarching stories are too all thinly written to register.
It’s mostly a bunch of talking with an action final￼e. The only entertaining storyline is the serial stowaway.
Actually really fun. You get to see how all the details come back as major points in the end
A hip Hollywood extravaganza that set the table for the 70s disaster movie craze. At times great, at times ridiculous, always entertaining.
Competent but dull. The most skippable of the series.
Its weird movie but I kinda enjoy it. Altough for 1970 movie its really good.
Classic film. Good storytelling
Melodrama about a bomber on board an airplane, an airport almost closed by snow, and various personal problems of the people involved.
When an in-flight collision incapacitates the pilots of an airplane bound for Los Angeles, stewardess Nancy Pryor is forced to take over the controls. From the ground, her boyfriend Alan Murdock, a retired test pilot, tries to talk her through piloting and landing the 747 aircraft. Worse yet, the anxious passengers — among which are a noisy nun and a cranky man — are aggravating the already tense atmosphere.
Flight 23 has crashed in the Bermuda Triangle after a hijacking gone wrong. Now the surviving passengers must brave panic, slow leaks, oxygen depletion, and more while attempting a daring plan, all while 200 feet underwater.
Aviation disaster-prone Joe Patroni must contend with nuclear missiles, the French Air Force and the threat of the plane splitting in two over the Alps.