The Ticket (1997)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Action, Adventure, Drama


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Cee Cee Reicker is a woman whose love must be earned, not bought. However, even when her husband Keith wins a prize of 23 million dollars, Cee Cee isn't sure if she can repair her unstable ... See full summary »


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24 July 2005 | MGMcAnick
Not a great movie, as stated. There were dozens of plot holes.
However the voltage of the generator was NOT one of them Tarkaan. I don't think I've ever seen a portable electric generator that DIDN'T put out 220 volts. The two I have put out both 110 and 220V through three plug-ins.

The flying sequences weren't bad. Unlike most movies, the plane didn't immediately crash as soon as it ran out of fuel. The post 1967 Cessna 210, which had been retro-fitted with a three blade prop, was quite believable in the way that it DIDN'T break completely up on impact. Usually plane crashes in movies are immediate and devastating to the aircraft as well as all the occupants. They almost ALWAYS catch fire, but the writers stopped themselves short of that. Of course they mentioned that the plane was out of gas, so it couldn't go up in a ball of flame. (Unlike the snowmobile near the end of the movie.)

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