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FULL SYNOPSIS

This fast-paced action picture plays like (1988) on an airplane. Grieving over the death of his wife at the hands of an armed robber and blaming himself for her death, anti-terrorism expert John Cutter (Wesley Snipes) is retiring from his dangerous job. The flight he's on is occupied by a coterie of FBI agents escorting the lethal terrorist Charles Rane (Bruce Payne), but as the aircraft is taking off, Rane's associates, who have also boarded the plane, take the vehicle by force and free their leader. With the aid of a sheriff on the ground, a pair of stewardesses (Alex Datcher and Elizlabeth Hurley) and his old friend, airport manager Sly Delvecchio (Tom Sizemore), Cutter puts his special training and martial arts skills to good use combating the kidnappers. The clever, dapper Rane has several surprises in store for his nemesis, however, including killing a hostage and an ally who's only pretending to be on Cutter's side. His options becoming increasingly limited, Cutter devises a dangerous plan that involves dumping the airplane's precious fuel reserves. Director Kevin Hooks cast his father, actor Robert Hooks in the role of federal agent Dwight Henderson. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

  • Release date:November 6, 1992

Cast

Wesley Snipes
as John Cutter
Bruce Payne
as Charles Rane
Tom Sizemore
as Sly Delvecchio
Alex Datcher
as Marti Slayton
Bruce Greenwood
as Stuart Ramsey
Elizabeth Hurley
as Sabrina Ritchie
Robert Hooks
as Dwight Henderson
Michael Horse
as Forget
Marc Macaulay
as Vincent
Ernie Lively
as Chief Biggs
Elena Ayala
as Lisa Cutter
Shari Rhodes
John Allen Vick
as Receptionist
Duchess Tomasello
as Mrs. Edwards
Cameron Roberts
as Matthew
Joel Fogel
as Doctor Bauman
Jane McPherson
as Nurse
Winston Bedford
as Doctor
Lori Bedford
as Surgical Receptionist
Kent Lindsey
as Agent Chaplin
Rand MacPherson
as SWAT Commander
Lou Bedford
as Attorney Phillips
Mike Speller
as Headwaiter
Kareen Germain
as Security Attendant
Jim McDonald
as Agent Duncan
Zachary McLemore
as Norman
Lesa Thurman
as Norman's Mother
Janet Elder
as Screaming Woman
Alicia Allred
as Flight Attendant
Frank Causey
as Captain Whitehurst
Marty Connell
as First Officer
Frank Hart
as Flight Engineer
Tom Nowicki
as Sly's Assistant
Robert Midden
as Pistol-Whipped Passenger
Dennis Letts
as Frank Allen
Janis Benson
as Nora Allen
Gary Rorman
as Douglas
Lindsey Diamond
as Hostage Woman
Dean Carlberg
as Helicopter Pilot
Carl Cole
as Sharpshooter
Jack Gibson
as Reporter 1
Lisa Capriani
as Reporter 2
Frank Causey
as Captain Whitehurst
Jack Gibson
as Reporter 1
Carl Cole
as Sharpshooter
Dean Carlberg
as Helicopter Pilot
Gary Rorman
as Douglas
Janis Benson
as Nora Allen
Dennis Letts
as Frank Allen
John Allen Vick
as Receptionist
Tom Nowicki
as Sly's Assistant
Janet Elder
as Screaming Woman
Lindsey Diamond
as Hostage Woman
Jane McPherson
as Nurse
Cameron Roberts
as Matthew
Lou Bedford
as Attorney Phillips
Kent Lindsey
as Agent Chaplin
Duchess Tomasello
as Mrs. Edwards
Rand MacPherson
as SWAT Commander
Frank Hart
as Flight Engineer
Mike Speller
as Headwaiter
Marty Connell
as First Officer
Lesa Thurman
as Norman's Mother
Robert Midden
as Pistol-Whipped Passenger
Joel Fogel
as Doctor Bauman
Elena Ayala
as Lisa Cutter
Lori Bedford
as Surgical Receptionist
Zachary McLemore
as Norman
Jim McDonald
as Agent Duncan
Winston Bedford
as Doctor
Kareen Germain
as Security Attendant
Alicia Allred
as Flight Attendant

Crew

Kevin Hooks
Director
Lee Rich
Producer
Dylan Sellers
Producer
Dan Paulson
Producer
Stewart Raffill
Screenwriter
Stewart Raffill
Screen Story
Gary de Vore
Screenwriter
David Loughery
Screenwriter
Dan Gordon
Screenwriter
Dan Gordon
Screen Story
Mark Irwin
Cinematographer
Stanley Clarke
Composer (Music Score)
Richard Nord
Editor
Jaymes Hinkle
Production Designer
Alan Muraoka
Art Director
Robert J. Anderson
Co-producer
Jonathan Sheinberg
Executive Producer
Brad Loman
Costume Designer
Parnes Cartwright
First Assistant Director
Jeff Moldovan
Stunts
Shari Rhodes
Casting
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