Review: Flightplan

From the very start, though feeling a bit detached, has the intense acting of Jodie Foster plastered all over it, and that already makes up half of the movie. What follows is a thriller focusing on the psychological side of it, while never digging too deep. While the movie evolves naturally and not overly complicated, it’s all set on a pretty big plane, quite the opposite of the cropped up feeling that Red-Eye had. It also had less story turns, as it focuses on the lingering psycho feeling. All in all, two thumbs up, albeit short ones.7½.

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