Passenger 57
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  • Having worked at an airport for 15years I know you can't board the plane from the landing gear
  • I recommend this for anyone looking to stay home on a friday night and relive the early 90's Die Hard genre

    • by Dan W.
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      Passenger 57 is an action flick starring Wesley Snipes and Bruce Payne released back in 1992 when audiences could tolerate terrorists and airline hijackers - unlike the post 9/11 world we live in today.

      So anyway, Wesley Snipes plays John Cutter the good guy - a former cop turned airline security specialist with an “I don’t give a sXXX”


      attitude. His attitude stems from losing his wife in an armed robbery attempt. As fate has it, he happens to be flying to Los Angeles with a federal prisoner Charles Rane(Bruce Payne) on board. Rane, a notorious airline hijacker quickly takes over the plane with the help of his cohorts(including a young Elizabeth Hurley) and the action ensues with Snipes ultimately defeating him and saving the day.

      Ok, so other than the standard unbelievable action movie “stuff” that goes on the only beef I had with this flick was that they make the airplane seem so easy to infiltrate and move around in. Having worked at an airport for 15years I ...


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      know you can’t board the plane from the landing gear. You also can’t walk around in the cargo area because the containers are locked down within 1 inch of each other. Shooting a gun on an airplane is also about the dumbest thing you can do - thankfully the didn’t hit any fuel or hydraulic lines
      while they were in flight.

      Anyways, all around, the flick isn’t bad - Bruce Payne plays an excellent bad guy and keeps the suspense going. Snipes is a little annoying but gets the job done. I recommend this for anyone looking to stay home on a friday night and relive the early 90’s Die Hard genre.




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