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Certification15 Our Rating

On the morning of September 11th 2001 United Flight 93 set off from Newark airport; not long after two passenger jets were flown into the World Trade Center in New York and, as the news reached those on board, it became clear that they also were at the mercy of terrorists. For the passengers and crew it must have seemed death was inevitable, their only choice simply how they wished to die. Flight 93 is a surprisingly worthy attempt to dramatise the fateful events, it plays neither as a rant agai find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Kyle Pratt just wants to get on with her life, after a devastating tragedy she plans to take her daughter from Berlin to America and start over. But after a quick nap midflight she awakes to find her daughter is nowhere in sight and the question is: where could she have gone 35,000 feet up? As the plane is being searched, the captain and crew begin to question whether Julia ever got on the plane at all. Is Kyle delusional or is there a sinister plan unfolding around her? This is a proposterous m find out more...
RED EYE (2005)

Certification12 Our Rating

Trapped on a plane with a charming psycho, Lisa finds herself a pawn in a game that threatens not only her life, but her father's, the Chief of Homeland Security, his delightfully sweet family and consequently the very fabric of American democracy. OK I think we've made it quite clear this is nonsense, but the psychological mind-games are played to the hilt, and the edge-of-the-seat tension is far and above most so called thrillers. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A disturbing and emotionally cathartic account of the hijacking of the fourth of the 9/11 planes. Told with great verve we follow the stories of both the abductors and their captives and the chaos in the civilian and military air-control rooms. While the terrible truth dawns on the passengers, those on the ground watch helplessly as the terrible events of the day unfold. As for political comment, Brit director Paul Greengrass makes no overt judgement; we just observe an initial reaction amongst find out more...