The Langoliers (2000) Sci-Fi Movie Review
Sci-Fi movies Review
Something bizarre has happened abourd flight #29…a nightmare so chilling, so frightening, so unrelenting it could only come from the mind of Stephen King. Now the master storyteller of our time gives terror a new name in THE LANGOLIERS. A jet leaves on a red-eye flight from Los Angeles to Boston. But early in the flight, ten passengers awaken to a startling realization: All of the other passengers have vanished - and the ground below is only…ground. But once they manage to land the plane, the situation doesn’t improve. No one is there…the air is still…the clocks have stopped…and a dread, evil presence bent on their destruction is headed straight for them. Based on the novella from the best-selling anthology Four Past Midnight, Patricia Wettig (City Slickers II), Bronson Pincho (Beverly Hills Cop), Dean Stockwell (The Player), and David Morse (The Getaway) stare into the jaws of oblivion in this nightmare from the mind of Stephen King.
Synopsis:The Biblical prophecy of Armegeddon begins when the Rapture instantly takes all believers in Christ from the Earth. A reporter left behind learns that the Anti-Christ will soon take power.
About The Langoliers (2000)
Starring: Philip Akin, Gordon Currie, Neil Crone, Daniel Pilon, Krista Bridges, Peter Tufford Kennedy, Jack Langedijk, Sten Eirik, Christie MacFadyen, Jay Manchester, T.D. Jakes, Mairon Bennett, David Macniven, Kirk Cameron, Thea Andrews, Brad Johnson, Terry Samuels, Janaya Stephens, Robert Levine, Clarence Gilyard Jr., Alan Rosenthal, Colin Fox, Christine Donato, Chelsea Noble, Fran Elliot, Tony De Santis, Lillian Lewis, Thomas Hauff, Raven Dauda, Marvin Ishmael
Runtime: 96 minutes
Director: Vic Sarin
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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