Flight Of Fury 2006 R CC

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Steven Seagal stars in this high-octane thriller as John Sands, a secret operative used by the United States Air Force for those clandestine operations deemed too sensitive for the regular intelligence services. After he finds himself in the middle of a robbery, Sands finds himself caught in a series of misadventures that ultimately lead to his next mission - to help locate and capture a top-se...

Starring:
Steven Seagal, Steve Toussaint
Runtime:
1 hour, 39 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action
Director Michael Keusch
Starring Steven Seagal, Steve Toussaint
Supporting actors Angus MacInnes, Mark Bazeley, Ciera Payton, Alki David, Tim Woodward, Vincenzo Nicoli, Katie Jones, Gary Cooper, Bart Sidles, Cristina Teodorescu, Rares George Panfil, Noah Lee Margetts, Karen David, Daniel Rymer, Bryan Jardine, Ovi Morariu, Nicolae Constantin Tanase, Vasile Albinet
Studio CW Television Network
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

With badly executed and filmed action scenes.
Ollie
Hell, most of the time I didn't even feel like I was watching a Seagal movie.
Felix Cruz
Seagal has a double for walking in and out of doors and fight scences.
Atin Kumar

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Konrei on April 22, 2007
Format: DVD
FLIGHT OF FURY really boils down to a remake of Clint Eastwood's Firefox leavened with a little of Lou Gossett Jr.'s Iron Eagle. In FLIGHT OF FURY, Steven Seagal plays the world's greatest Special Ops soldier who is sent to recover the United States' prototype "active stealth" fighter jet (a jet with a cloaking device that renders it invisible) which has been stolen by a traitorous pilot for sale to a group of Middle Eastern terrorists (led by a British expat).

There are a slue of high pyrotechnic explosions, a little gratuitous lesbianism that adds nothing to the storyline but comes as an unexpected development, much gunfire, Steven's usual muttered monotone, and some martial arts action.

The fairly chaotic screenplay manages to hold together despite its spit-for-glue quality. FLIGHT OF FURY gives us nothing new at all in the action genre, but if you are a fan of this type of film FLIGHT OF FURY is worth the effort of crackin' a cold one and mowing down on a couple of microwaved hot dogs on a slow Sunday. (A hint: use the extra spicy mustard.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 22, 2009
Format: DVD
The style of Flight of Fury (2007) is kind of a throwback to 80's arena style military air adventures, though the story is shaky story, and special effects subpar. Steven Seagal is John Sands, an ex-air force pilot recruited for a mission to recover a stolen X-77 stealth bomber. Sand's former student, USAF Colonel Ratcher (Steve Toussaint) has taken the plane to Afghanistan, where the Black Sunday terrorist group, plans to arm it with biological weapons, and then strike Europe and America.

Under the command of General Barnes (Angus MacInnes), Sands and Captain Jannick (Mark Bazeley), are sent to Afghanistan, backed by a SEAL team. When the SEAL's are wiped out, and Jannick is captured, Sands turns to Jessica (Cierra Payton), an undercover agent, to try and salvage the mission. With the help of Rojar (Alki Davis), another local ally, they mount a raid on the air base, and Sands manages to get the X-77 in the air. It is along way back to Edwards AFB, with Ratcher in pursuit in an F-16.

Flight of Fury rates low marks for credibility. We are in trouble, if the military chain of command operates anything like this, where clowns like General Barnes are running cowboy missions, just to cover his own butt. Starting a war is evidently not a concern to Barnes, as he orders the destruction of the enemy base.

How Sands is able to land a USAF plane safely at an Afghan airfield is a mystery. Since he departs in the X-77, his original plane was apparently left as a goodwill gift from America. It is amazingly fortuitous that the beautiful Jessica, who coincidentally is a close friend of Sands, just happens to be living near where Black Sunday is headquartered.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By phoongdan on August 9, 2009
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I'm not sure why people are trashing on this film. Sure there are a few inconsistencies in the story but this is actually one of the better Seagal films I've seen recently. I'm more of a fan of his military-style movies (which this one is) rather than his cop films. There's a lot to like in this film if you are a Seagal fan or a fan of military-style B-movies. The fighting and action scenes look pretty well done and unlike a couple of his recent films I've seen, it's not obvious that a stunt double is doing most of the work. There is some cute girl on girl action, though brief (LOL) and some cool military aircraft. All-in-all I liked it.

**contains spoilers** At the end of the film, why does the black pilot worry about chasing down Seagal's character in air? He's trying to talk Seagal into landing the stealth so that they can sale it on the black market, but if Seagal was going to consider this, wouldn't he have done that back at the hangar before they got into the air? Plus, once it's clear that Seagal isn't going to land the stealth, why does the black pilot knowing he is in an inferior plane, attempt to shoot it down? He's already received a large sum of money that he got from the Arabs when he killed the main "bad guy" and before he killed him, he already found out that the wire transfer had been initiated. So why not just fly off in the F-16 which is probably worth some money on the black market as well, and keep the money he's already got? I suppose you could argue that it is a "pride thing" - the student wanted to defeat the master, but it's a really weak plot point in my opinion.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 24, 2007
Format: DVD
I have NO idea why there are negative reviews of this show.

As an avid Seagal fan, who has seen ALL his movies, & owns several of them; I have been disappointed in the past by some of his releases.

Foreigner being one of them.

Flight of Fury is an excellent show! I thought the fight scenes were ok, not as good as we have seen before...but good.

I will be buying this one! SEE THIS MOVIE!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Felix Cruz on June 10, 2011
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Let me begin by saying that I am a huge fan of Steven Seagal. I love his movies, even the newer ones; I thought A Dangerous Man and The Keeper were entertaining action movies.

But Flight of Fury is horrible, downright devastating to watch. It took me three viewings to complete the film. It was slow-moving, and when there was action, most of it was stock footage of fighter jets dancing around in the skies. When I watch a Seagal movie I want to see Seagal breaking dudes' arms and tossing them, in slo-mo, through storefront windows, I don't want to see fighter jets doing stunts in the sky. For that, I'll watch Top Gun.

Another thing that hurt this movie was Seagal was barely in the thing. You hear his voice a lot as he flies his jet, but then it's not even his own voice. It's a voiceover actor! I know he uses a voiceover actor in most of his newer movies, but some of them aren't too bad. Most of the time, they are used to correct the sound in scenes where it appeared his voice was too low and inaudible. But when you have a movie where you barely see his face, and you rely on hearing his voice, it does more damage than good. Hell, most of the time I didn't even feel like I was watching a Seagal movie.

If you're a diehard Seagal fan, check it out; just to say you saw it. If you're not, stay away, stay far away...
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