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Flight of the Phoenix

Movie information

If they stand together, they stand a chance. Rated PG-13: Parents Strongly Cautioned (Some Material May Be Inappropriate for Children Under 13) -- Rated PG-13 some language, action and violence.
Released on:
December 17, 2004  

Previously Announced Release Dates:
November 12, 2004
October 22, 2004
November 24, 2004
December 22, 2004

Production Companies:
Davis Entertainment
Distributors:
20th Century Fox

Status: Released

This film was Previously Known As:
"The Flight of the Phoenix"

Cast:
Dennis Quaid, Miranda Otto, Tyrese Gibson, Giovanni Ribisi, Jared Padalecki, Tony Curran, Jacob Vargas, Hugh Laurie

Director: John Moore

Screenwriter: John Moore, Ron Hutchinson, Edward Burns

Genre: ActionRemake
Rated PG-13 some language, action and violence.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $5.02 mil. (2604 theaters) | Domestic Total: $21.01 mil.
Reviews: Fresh or Rotten? See reviews for this film at RottenTomatoes.com

Related links: screenplay review


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Niti – MtxGEFJgzPTZuHdIS
April 29, 2012 - 16:36
Subject: GAbOWtMyBySpyN

Agreed. Frankly, I've never understood the furor over reeakms. The concept in general is benign and really does nothing to diminish the merits of the original. It's not like the reimagining of [i]Halloween[/i] took anything away from Carpenter's masterpiece. Plus, I'm always fascinated by what another mind will extract from the source material, what they'll toss aside, what they'll play up. The only thing to get upset over regarding reeakms is the trendiness and over-saturation of them at one time especially given that there are incredible works of horror fiction just waiting to be adapted for the screen.