martes, 12 de abril de 2016

Airport 77

Airport '77 is a 1977 air disaster film and the third film of the Airport franchise. The film stars a number of veteran actors, including Jack LemmonJames StewartJoseph Cotten, andOlivia de Havilland as well as the return of George Kennedy from the two previous Airportfilms. It is directed by Jerry Jameson, produced by Jennings Lang and William Frye with a screenplay by Michael Scheff and David Spector. [2]
The plot concerns a private Boeing 747 packed with V.I.Ps and priceless art that is hijacked before crashing into the ocean in the Bermuda Triangle, prompting the survivors to undertake a desperate struggle for survival.[3][4]
Despite mixed critical reviews, Airport '77 was a box office hit with earnings of $30 million; [5]making the film the 19th highest-grossing picture of 1977. It was nominated for two Academy Awards .

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Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times rated it 2/4 stars and wrote, "The movie’s a big, slick entertainment, relentlessly ridiculous and therefore never boring for long."[9] The New York Times wrote, "Airport '77 looks less like the work of a director and writers than like a corporate decision."[10]

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