Flight Of Fury details
|Starring:||Steve Toussaint, Steven Seagal, Ciera Payton, Angus MacInnes, Alki David, Tim Woodward, Mark Bazeley|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Flight Of Fury
|Run time:||1 hour 34 minutes|
|Rental release:||16 Apr 2007|
|Dubbed:||French, Spanish, Italian|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Dutch, English, French, Hindi, Italian, Portugese, Spanish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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why why whyBy a customer from wrexham, n wales , 11 May 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]i have always been a great fan of seagals ever since nico,hard to kill and all his other warner bros releases but i do ask myself why do i bother still watching his films over the past 3 years his films are awful to say the least some scenes it wasnt him his voice was dubbed and his fight scenes consisted of chops to the shoulders i will always be a fan but i would give this film a miss
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soooooo bad it makes you want to cryBy SteveP022 (19 reviews) , 29 Oct 2011
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThis is probably one of the poorest films in the Steven Segal repitior, if you are a big fan, then dont
It was bad in fact it wasn't even that good
REALLY BADBy a customer from Brentwood , 08 Mar 2010This movie was BAD BAD BAD in every sense! Just a pointless everything.
Not Steven's finest work - 'Steven' let Hollywood direct you again, you are good and we love the fighting, but this movie sucks man.
Better than expected, but not greatBy a customer from Farnborough , 31 Jan 2010The earlier Segal films were so much better - not that they were ever brilliant - but he is way past his best now and should really give it up.
Having said that, this film was a lot better than I had expected and managed to hold some interest all the way through. The fight sequences were rubbish. As I have said, Segal is way past his best and had to rely on cheap camera edits to imply the beating he had given when in fact he had done very little at all.
This film is basically the Clint Eastwood film Firefox with a slight revamp.
Not bad, for all that. I would not recommend it (except to Segal fans) but would not dismiss it either.
Not for meBy a customer from Barton Le clay , 07 Aug 2009I hadn't realised I had seen this film before. Just as bored second time around
RubbishBy a customer from Norwich , 02 Aug 2009I wished I hadn't bothered with this one. Steven Seigel is still the same.