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Air Force One 1997 123movies

Air Force One 1997 123movies

The fate of a nation rests on the courage of one man.124 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The President of the USA goes to Moscow and gives a stirring speech outlining the USA’s new “Zero-tolerance” policy with respect to terrorism. On the flight home, terrorists take over Air Force One (the President’s official plane) and take the passengers (including his wife and daughter) hostage. The terrorists plan to execute one hostage every half-hour unless/until their demands are met. However, the President is a former Medal of Honor winner, so the terrorists may be in for a surprise…
Plot: Russian terrorists conspire to hijack the aircraft with the president and his family on board. The commander in chief finds himself facing an impossible predicament: give in to the terrorists and sacrifice his family, or risk everything to uphold his principles – and the integrity of the nation.
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It is what it is……fun
Nonstop action, thrilling suspense, dark humor, and a brilliant concept, this flag waving over the top action adventure was a good two hours in 1997.

The story: Enroute back to the States from Russia, Russian Nationals hijack the President’s plane and hold him and his family (as well as most of his staff) hostage aboard Air Force One in order to release a Rouge General captured earlier.

Harrison Ford from his first minute to his last looks comfortable in his Presidential role. That’s to say, Ford appears, acts and just plain feels like he should be President. (Come one who saw this movie and wanted him to run). Gary Oldman’s performance as the main villain (Ivan) should be up there with the likes of Alan Rickman’s Hans from Die Hard and John Malkovich’s Leary-Booth-Carney from In the Line of Fire (coincidentally directed by Wolfgang Peterson as well). Glenn Close pulls of the Vice President role with smirks and spunk.

Stars aside I think the supporting cast should get an equal if not harder pat on the back. These guys and girls . really made the movie. They’re the ones that brought the chuckles and caused gasps. Wendy Crewson (The Good Son) nailed her role with more grace than a first lady has actually shown in the last recallable years. Paul Guilfoyle (“CSI”, The Negotiator), was the kind gentle, “best buddy”, chief-of-staff, who brought a small smile to your face every time he is on-screen. Xander Berkeley (“24”, Terminator 2), plays the chilling secret service agent Gibbs. The lovable William H. Macy plays the good-mannered Air Force Officer who puts himself in harm’s way for the President more time than the Secret Service agents do. He just doesn’t get enough screen time toward the beginning. And Dean Stockwell will have you cussing under your breath as the power-hungry Secretary of Defense. And it seems that Wolfgang Peterson watched every great Action/Military movie of the past 3 years and hired all those “briefing room generals”. For this I applaud him. As for the terrorist, they rival those of Die hard. Cold, stone-faced, funny, smooth, and just plain hateable, they did their job.

The bulk of the movie takes place aboard the Air Force One no kidding eh?). And boy do you believe it. The production designer (Williams Sandell) obviously paid attention to detail, mimicking the real Presidential Aircraft. Small, claustrophobic and believable.

Andrew W. Marlowe’s script gets it job done as well. Nothing award winning. It’s everything you would expect given the story it has to tell. Couple times it will make you cringe, but again, look what it needs to accomplish.

The late Jerry Goldsmith’s score for this movie is a hands down classic. Only having two weeks to score the film after Peterson rejected Randy Newman’s work, Goldsmith with the help of Joel Mcneely composed one of the most bombastic, riveting, emotional, suspenseful, and patriotic scores I’ve heard come out of the film world. It works perfectly with the movie.

A few times your mind is going to be stretch you may have to resort to the “It’s just a movie” mindset. Overall its fun. Not a bad way to spend 2 hours. Harrison Ford for President.

Review By: Alvsy007 Rating: 6 Date: 2005-03-07
It is what it is……fun
Nonstop action, thrilling suspense, dark humor, and a brilliant concept, this flag waving over the top action adventure was a good two hours in 1997.

The story: Enroute back to the States from Russia, Russian Nationals hijack the President’s plane and hold him and his family (as well as most of his staff) hostage aboard Air Force One in order to release a Rouge General captured earlier.

Harrison Ford from his first minute to his last looks comfortable in his Presidential role. That’s to say, Ford appears, acts and just plain feels like he should be President. (Come one who saw this movie and wanted him to run). Gary Oldman’s performance as the main villain (Ivan) should be up there with the likes of Alan Rickman’s Hans from Die Hard and John Malkovich’s Leary-Booth-Carney from In the Line of Fire (coincidentally directed by Wolfgang Peterson as well). Glenn Close pulls of the Vice President role with smirks and spunk.

Stars aside I think the supporting cast should get an equal if not harder pat on the back. These guys and girls . really made the movie. They’re the ones that brought the chuckles and caused gasps. Wendy Crewson (The Good Son) nailed her role with more grace than a first lady has actually shown in the last recallable years. Paul Guilfoyle (“CSI”, The Negotiator), was the kind gentle, “best buddy”, chief-of-staff, who brought a small smile to your face every time he is on-screen. Xander Berkeley (“24”, Terminator 2), plays the chilling secret service agent Gibbs. The lovable William H. Macy plays the good-mannered Air Force Officer who puts himself in harm’s way for the President more time than the Secret Service agents do. He just doesn’t get enough screen time toward the beginning. And Dean Stockwell will have you cussing under your breath as the power-hungry Secretary of Defense. And it seems that Wolfgang Peterson watched every great Action/Military movie of the past 3 years and hired all those “briefing room generals”. For this I applaud him. As for the terrorist, they rival those of Die hard. Cold, stone-faced, funny, smooth, and just plain hateable, they did their job.

The bulk of the movie takes place aboard the Air Force One no kidding eh?). And boy do you believe it. The production designer (Williams Sandell) obviously paid attention to detail, mimicking the real Presidential Aircraft. Small, claustrophobic and believable.

Andrew W. Marlowe’s script gets it job done as well. Nothing award winning. It’s everything you would expect given the story it has to tell. Couple times it will make you cringe, but again, look what it needs to accomplish.

The late Jerry Goldsmith’s score for this movie is a hands down classic. Only having two weeks to score the film after Peterson rejected Randy Newman’s work, Goldsmith with the help of Joel Mcneely composed one of the most bombastic, riveting, emotional, suspenseful, and patriotic scores I’ve heard come out of the film world. It works perfectly with the movie.

A few times your mind is going to be stretch you may have to resort to the “It’s just a movie” mindset. Overall its fun. Not a bad way to spend 2 hours. Harrison Ford for President.

Review By: Alvsy007 Rating: 6 Date: 2005-03-07

Other Information:

Original Title Air Force One
Release Date 1997-07-25
Release Year 1997

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 4 min (124 min)
Budget 85000000
Revenue 315156409
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Drama, Thriller
Director Wolfgang Petersen
Writer Andrew W. Marlowe
Actors Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, Glenn Close, Wendy Crewson
Country USA, Germany
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 7 wins & 11 nominations.
Production Company Radiant Pictures, Beacon Communications, Columbia Pictures Corporation
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital, SDDS, Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arriflex 535A, Zeiss Variable Prime Lenses, Arriflex 535B, Zeiss Variable Prime Lenses
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length 3,418 m (7 reels)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 320T 5277)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (2018 remaster), Super 35 (common-top)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)

Air Force One 1997 123movies
Air Force One 1997 123movies
Air Force One 1997 123movies
Air Force One 1997 123movies
Air Force One 1997 123movies
Air Force One 1997 123movies
Air Force One 1997 123movies
Original title Air Force One
TMDb Rating 6.4 1,978 votes

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