PLANE – Review by T.J. Callahan

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Plane: What would Captain Sully do?

Plane is a good old fashioned 1970/80’s style disaster flick…short on cents and sense, but there’s a big budget for bullets to bombard the bad guys with. Those island rebels got blowed up real good, hence the R rating. And now for some specifics:

(Cue to the tune of Gilligan’s Island)
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Just seatbelt in and watch a tale,
A tale of a fateful Plane trip.

That took flight from tropic Singapore
But landed without an air strip.

The Captain was hunky Gerard Butler,
with co-pilot played by Yoson An.

Fourteen passengers took off that day
For a six hour flight to Japan, a six hour flight to Japan.

The weather started getting rough,
The jetliner was hit by lightning,

If not for the courage of the fearless crew,
Flight 319 would be colliding, the whole trip was frightening.

The plane set down on a road on a secluded Philippine Isle
With rebel fighters, a murderer, mercenaries with many guns, and Tony Goldwyn

Will those fourteen marooned passengers ever be saved
On the Philippine Isle? From the Philippine Isle.
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Plane is meant to be seen in a theater, preferably a full one, for a first class seat to mayhem. Otherwise it’s just a plain old plane movie.

My husband Ricky gives Plane two 👀 eyes open. Because we never saw the lightning that caused all the chaos and scenes of the jet in the air looked like a puppet on a string, I give Plane a 10 for mindless entertainment, but a 3 for artistic value. In theaters now.

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T. J. Callahan

Texas Radio Hall of Fame broadcaster, T.J. Callahan switched gears from traffic and news reporting as a member of the Marconi Award winning Hudson and Harrigan Show on KILT in Houston to directing you to the right movie theatre as the resident film critic for Houston Radio Platinum and 101 Gold , Southern New Mexico's favorite radio station. Since 2009, T.J. has exclusively critiqued premiering films on such stations as KRMD in Shreveport, La., KILT in Houston, WCKT in Sarasota, Fla., as well as on The Chris X Blayney Show on The Liberty Eagle Radio Network and The Sam Malone Show on KNTH in Houston. Entertaining and informative, T.J. gets right to the point and lets you know whether the latest epic is worth your time. Listen to her Friday and Saturdays on houstonradioplatinum.com and on Friday afternoons on the Leslie T. Travis Show on KVLC FM in Las Cruces. T.J. is also a proud member of the Critics Choice Association and the Houston Film Critics Society. She truly believes everything in life is one degree of Blazing Saddles.