The Last Flight of Noah's Ark
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Now, 35 years later I rediscovered this film through Amazon, guessing my 8 year old son would probably enjoy it. This was the present from me to him for his 8th birthday and I must say, for so many reasons I never realized in 1980, this film is a goldmine. It has: WW2 Bomber, a Christian message, Humanity, Sailing, Sharks, Comedy, Action, Drama, tears. My son loves Sharks and this simple Disney film really delivered in one brief but thrilling segment.
I recommend the film. As an 11 year old it was one of my all-time favorites for many good reasons. As a 46 year old Christian Dad it exceeded my "matured" expectations completely and still stands up as a quality Disney film , family friendly and fun with a solid message and serious action and excitement.Read more ›
As always Anchor Bay does a beautiful job in the DVD transfer, giving more time and respect to Disney's library than Disney does for its own films. As with all Anchor Bay DVDs, highly recommended.
Omens are not propitious-the plane is old and rickety ; Gould is unenthusiastic about animals;Gould and Bujold clash and two pre-teenage children stowaway on the plane .
The plane goes offcourse and Gould is forced to ditch on a remote island which -just to complicate matters -is occupied by two Japanese naval officers who have not heard that World War two is over ,and who attack the plane without success.
The bulk of the movie shows how the parties combine in an attempt to escape from the island and how the internal conflicts are resolved.
Nicely shot on location in Hawaii and with a strong performance from the underrated Bujold ,this watchable movie is acceptable family fare but would have been all the better for a livelier actor in the lead role .Gould lacks the lightness of touch that Disney regulars from this era like Garner or Dean Jones would have brought to proceedings.
Solid and watchable but second string Disney.
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I was concerned when I saw the DVD paper cover. It looked like someone had taken a still from the DVD and made their own cover. Read morePublished 16 days ago by LocalRemote
Watched it when it first came out in 1980, thought it was a good movie then, and still is now.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Loved this movie growing up now I have it for my kids its a classic :0)Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer