P.S. : Which One Of These Movies Is Definitely The Last Movie You Want To Watch As Your In-Flight Movie?

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Which one of these movies, that feature an airplane crash or troubles with or on an airplane, is definitely the last movie you want to watch as your in-flight movie of your airplane flight?

You can talk about it here.

If any of the plot summaries of the older movies tweet you interest, please try to find a way to watch them.
The list is at http://www.imdb.com/list/ls068950379/...
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Well, at least they would be topical. But I'd rather not see United 93.

I heard that 'Sully' is available to watch on planes.
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"Sully" is added. Thanks. I forgot about that one.
As far as your choice goes, I don't blame you. None of these movies I would care to see while on a flight, topical or not.
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Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)

FYC Flight (I) (2012)

Airline pilot Captain William "Whip" Whitaker Sr. uses cocaine to wake up after a night of little sleep in his Orlando hotel room. He pilots SouthJet Flight 227 to Atlanta, which experiences severe turbulence at takeoff. Copilot Ken Evans takes over while Whip discreetly mixes vodka in his orange juice and takes a nap. He is jolted awake as the plane goes into a steep dive. Unable to regain control, Whip is forced to make a controlled crash landing in an open field losing consciousness on impact. ... Whip is discovered by Charlie the next morning, passed out and still drunk. Harling is called, who revives him with cocaine. At the hearing, lead NTSB investigator Ellen Block explains that a damaged elevator assembly jackscrew was the primary cause of the crash. She commends Whip on his valor and skill and notes that no other pilot was able to land the plane in trial simulations of the crash.
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Definitely a movie I wouldn’t want to watch while riding on an airplane. Your summary was very humorous and scary at the same time.
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Then do you want me to delete this one?
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I bumping this page and adding new entries.
This list is going to stay with movies that have problems in flight or with the airplane. That is why “Outbreak” or “The Terminal” on your list will not be on this list. I’m think of removing “The Last Flight” off this list because of that reason.
Also how can we both miss “Twilight Zone: The Movie” with it’s remake of the “Terror At 30,000 Feet” episode from the tv show?

I’m bumping this because of something that EIN said on his poll discussion page for favorite types of comedy - it was about something that he was not sure about what the movie “Airplane!” was parodying. The answer is obvious - the airport films and disaster movies.