Chariot (2013)

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Seven strangers find themselves unwitting participants in a U.S. government evacuation program gone horribly wrong.


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29 January 2014 | joshistirgendwieschwul
10
| Where do you go in a low budget movie when there's nowhere to land?
It's one of these (rare) movies that surprise you! And what can you expect when the 'Trivia' tag explains that, throughout the movie, the audience is never allowed to see anything the characters can't see 'n therefore the movie contains no exterior shots of the airplane... Just like theater. And yet I was thrilled the full 90 minutes. Don't let you fool by others, just see it yourself. 6 of 7 'hostages' act fully believable. There's just one really bad acting here by Michelle Sherrill. As the story continues, all kinds of conspiracy theories are in the minds of the hostages. Within a breathe the end of the movie is near and happily for the passengers one seems to be a real hero. But don't think that will guarantee you a happy ending, that's up to you. Each of the 7 hostages have their own skills and so have we all. Amazingly how less dollars you need for such a thrilling story!

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