Interceptor

1992

Action / Sci-Fi

4
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 557

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Jürgen Prochnow as Phillips
Andrew Divoff as Capt. Christopher Winfield
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759.85 MB
1280*714
English
NR
23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
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English
NR
23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ep.com 10 / 10

Surprisingly good...

Hey, who would have thought, this movie is actually pretty good and fun to watch. Performances are good all around, too, especially Prochnow as the main bad guy (it's definitely a bit of a typecast, but hey, he's cool). And it's really nice to see Andrew Divoff playing the role of the hero for one time. The budget wasn't that high and you can see this on the screen, but a high budget doesn't guarantee a good movie ("Air Force One" anyone...?). This one's alright, watch it.

Reviewed by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviews 6 / 10

Here I am; Rock me like a hur-... wait, that's not the line...

This is a sufficiently entertaining ride. Oh, it's not a masterpiece, and it does little to challenge genre conventions. And I think it can be fairly widely agreed that the visor looks downright goofy(maybe they didn't think so at the time), and it should definitely be pointed out that this is really *not* a sci-fi flick, and the only element of such that there is in this is the high-tech jet(and they don't exactly spend the whole movie in it). With that said, some of this is pretty damn cool. The Virtual Reality isn't groundbreaking(anymore), but at least they didn't base the whole thing around it *cough* Lawnmower Man *cough*. And many of the FX are quite convincing. The numerous strong moments in the editing and cinematography deserve mention, as well. This is directed by the man who went on to do Snow White: A Tale of Terror, one of the too few adaptations of fairy tales that actually capture the grim nature of rather a lot of them(seriously, go read the originals, then, if you can stand it, watch some Disney to compare), and while he's doesn't do fantastic on either, he makes them work and even stand out from the bunch, marginally. He takes what could be instantly forgettable and makes it have a smidgen of an impression. There is great tension and suspense in this, and it genuinely gets the job done, engaging and exciting us for the nicely paced, doesn't-overstay-its-welcome 90 minutes. The action isn't bad. There is a decent sense of humor here and there in this. The writing is good at times. I personally love Divoff and Prochnow(who *revels* in his role as the villain), albeit for entirely different reasons. They both deliver solid performances. The rest of the acting varies. Andrew portrays a pilot who abandons a plane being tested, and then flies with a massive transport, carrying the two experimental stealth fighters. Terrorists attack, intending to steal them. Fun, and never claims to be anything other than what it is. There is a bit of disturbing content and brutal, if not terribly bloody or gory, violence, in this. I recommend it to anyone looking for a simple picture that just needs to deliver the goods. 6/10

Reviewed by HollyWierdo 3 / 10

The writers slept thru geography class.

A C5 transporter is taking off from Adana, Turkey. The tower instructs the pilot, "Report skies are cloudy at Diego Garcia and clear all the way to California. Airborn refueling with your tanker at 2200 hours over Borneo." Why Borneo? The shortest route from Turkey to California is over northern Greenland---about 7,300 miles. Even avoiding the airspace of the former Soviet Union it is less than 7,500 miles. By way of Borneo, the trip is about 13,600 miles.

After being denied fuel by hijackers, the pilot is forced to reset her course as dictated by the lead hijacker: "The new heading: 3 6 degrees south, 4 5 west." Is that some new fangled way of giving a compass heading, or is it a destination off the coast of Uruguay? A short time later, the plane is over the northern coast of Australia. Given the light load (about 1/4 capacity), a C5's range is about 6140 between refuelings. It can barely reach Borneo; a detour to Australia would be more than a thousand miles beyond its range.

As for walking away from landing an f117 within walking distance of an arbitrarily chosen spot in North Australia, come on!!!!!!!!!

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