New is gripped by terror, but there's nothing she can do because the plane has already taken off, along with the same vengeful spirits that reside in it. Now the woman is ready to fly again. For what it was, it was a fun movie. As the overnight flight makes its way over the Pacific Ocean, the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin. I have to write 10 lines, so two more lines left to go.
The passengers die one by one and the flight attendant New Marsha Wattanapanich has the sensation of Déjà Vu. The suspense is good because they have you thinking something different is going on than actually is. I didn't feel like turning it off. Better off watching another film. The story and the screenplay are ridiculous and stupid; the characters are non- charismatic and annoying; and the cast is horrible.
The end was very different. The reviews promoting this flick are also ridiculous. Written by During a flight, passengers and crew are haunted by spirits. . But on her first flight, New is struck by a disturbing feeling of Déjà vu. I like airplane suspense movies when they're done well, and this was.
The take-off is routine but what transpires over the next ten hours is anything but ordinary. Ten years ago a young air hostess, New insists that a vengeful spirit caused the plane to crash, but her belief unsettled those around her and she had to go through psycho-therapy. I'd recommend this to those who like an entertaining movie. The plane on which she's working looks familiar, and New realizes that it's actually the same aircraft that crashed ten years ago, though it has been repaired and repainted. I thought Leslie Bibb and Jamie Chung stood out and did good jobs on their roles. I thought the Liz was really over the top, but the rest of the characters were good enough for who they were supposed to be.
» I just saw this, and it was much better than I expected it to be. On May 12th, Vista Pacific Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. . . .
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