A fierce electromagnetic storm cripples communications; as a result, two planes – one a commercial jet, the other Air Force One, carrying the President of the United States and his family – are on a collision course.
User Reviews: Amazing waste of time, and interesting that I watch the whole video. If you’d like to watch something that is silly and almost pulp fictional, you might finish it also. There are way too many goofs, and ridiculously unbelievable instances. It would take a book to list them all. The dialog was sophomoric, and the acting was on par with a high school drama department with a video camera and a little imagination. The plausibility of a DC-9’s wing smashing into the sides of a buildings, and continuing to fly, is somewhat hard to accept. Also, an out of control computer firing lasers down the hallways of Air Force One, takes more imagination than most average viewers are willing to give. We are expected to overlook a great deal, and use great imagination on the rest. The commercial pilot is one of the most believable characters with respect to his lines and his deliverance of them throughout the video, and he isn’t too bad to look at, either. Even if they were all excellent actors, they didn’t have much to work with in the way of script. The video could’ve explained in more detail what caused the catastrophe to begin, why everything suddenly started dropping out of orbit, most often making direct contact with populated, yet indiscriminate targets. We can guess what was, and wasn’t going to happen, when a commercial flight is headed directly for Air Force One. but you’ll have to watch the video to know for sure. The question is, will the video hold your interest that long. I stuck it out, even though it was predictable, but many won’t.