R | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
When terrorists seize control of an airliner, an intelligence analyst accompanies a commando unit for a midair boarding operation.
The face of Steven Seagal was added on German and Dutch cinema posters and VHS covers to attract more viewers, as he was quite popular there at the time.
I think we're looking up the ass-end of a dead dog, but it's worth a try.
The computer navigation display on the Hail Mary plane and the Pentagon's both have grid lines at latitude 45 north. On one display they're north of the line, and on the other, south.
The UK cinema, video and DVD versions have two small cuts. First, during the attack at the beginning of the film there are cuts to the use of the knife by the 'Steven Seagal (I)' character, on three of the bad guys. Another strange cut occurs on the plane during the hijack. Al Tar, the character, is seen rising from a praying position to answer a phone call from the cockpit. The UK version shows him answering the phone only, you do not know he has been praying.
£1,204,433 (UK) (17 May 1996)
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