Saturday, September 16, 2006
Don't Read This
Her daughter was there all along, on the plane. Jodie Foster was right all along. But why was the daughter still unconscious at the end? Shouldn't someone have been offering her medical attention? Her husband didn't commit suicide, he was thrown from the roof just so that the could put explosives inside his casket as part of some elaborate plot to blow up the plane as part of an attempt to get the airline to pay $50 million into the Air Marshall's Swiss Bank Account. At one point after the plane is on the ground, it devolves into Panic Room II: Plane of Doom for a few seconds. But overall Flightplan was disappointing with enough artsy shots to annoy you while you're trying to understand the convoluted plot.
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