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115 min.
Rated: 18 Movie-rating:: 6 of 10
Genres: Action, Crime, Thriller,
Director: Simon West
Writer: Scott Rosenberg
Music: Mark Mancina
Trevor Rabin
Cast: John Malkovich, Dave Chappelle, Steve Buscemi, Danny Trejo, Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, Monika Potter, Landry Allbright, Brendan Kelly, Renoly Santiago, Cokn Meaney,
Keywords: prison, criminal, escape, plane, agent, marshal, hero,

Story:Cameron Poe is not a bad guy, but he has to travel on a prisonar airplane with the most dangerous criminals of the country. Unfortunately, this is is flight home and the other prisoners take control of the airplane and plan to escape the country. Can Poe save the day and go home to wife and child?


Awards:Oscar nomination for Best Music, Original Song (1998) - Diane Warren
Oscar nomination for Best Sound (1998)
Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor (1998) - Steve Buscemi
Grammy Nomination for Best Song written (1998) - Diane Warren
Production Companies:Touchstone Pictures
Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Kouf/Bigelow Productions
Runway Pictures
Hiett Designs of Las Vegas
Budget:75 Mio. USD
Box Office Gross:223.1 Mio. USD
Box Office Weekend:24.131738 Mio. USD
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