Air Force One (DVD, 1998)

Air Force One (DVD, 1998)

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President James Marshall (Harrison Ford) is one of the most respected leaders in the history of America. When Kazakhstanian separatists commit atrocities on their own people, Marshall authorizes a guerrilla mission to take their leader, General Radek (Jürgen Prochnow), into custody and restore the democratic regime. In his speech afterward, the president vows never to let America hesitate again when dealing with terrorists. However, that's before a group of them, led by the ruthless Korchunov (Gary Oldman) take over his own flight on Air Force One, with his wife and young daughter also on board. President Marshall, a decorated Vietnam veteran, becomes a one-man vigilante force in his efforts to free his family and the other hostages, retake the plane, and thwart the hijackers. Director Wolfgang Petersen's thrilling film is supported by an excellent ensemble cast, which includes William H. Macy, Philip Baker Hall, and Glenn Close as Kathryn Bennett, the vice president who must hold the Cabinet together in Marshall's absence.


Product Details
Number of Discs: 1
Rating: R (MPAA)
Film Country: USA
Sound: Stereo Sound, Surround Sound
UPC: 043396718890

Additional Details
Genre: Dramas
Format: DVD

"...Superb acting from Harrison Ford..."
Box Office - Wade Major (09/01/1997)

"...Viscerally juicy....The movie is effectively cast..." -- 3 out of 4 stars
USA Today - Mike Clark (07/25/1997)

"...AIR FORCE ONE is at once vigorous and old-fashioned, a piece of expertly crafted entertainment that gets the job done with skill and panache..."
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (07/25/1997)

3 stars out of 4 -- "An absolute blast with a fast-moving story, great villain...and Ford at the top of his game..."
Premiere (06/15/2009)

"...Close acts with appealing brusqueness and precision....This is a meat-and-potatoes American thriller that means business..."
New York Times - Janet Maslin (07/25/1997)

"...A slyly witty and inspiring spectacle of the chief executive as action renegade..."
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (07/25/1997)