Con Air (1997).
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Con Air (1997).

Air Prison (1997).

  • Genre: Action, Crime, Thriller
  • Country: USA
  • Duration: 1 hours. 55 minutes.
  • Director: Simon West
  • Starring: Nicolas Cage, John Malkovich, John Cusack, Steve Buscemi, Danny Trejo, Ving Rhames, Colm Meaney, Monica Potter, MS Gainey, Mikelti Williamson, Dave Shappell, Rachel Ticotin, Nick Chinlund, Steve Eastin, Renolit Santiago

"Con Air" - subsection police involved in the carriage of dangerous criminals.

One of the flights back home Cameron Poe, who was released from prison after 8 years in prison. He was waiting for this moment and nothing can stop him on the way home. But their plane suddenly seized by a dangerous recidivist Cyrus. But Cameron decides to take matters into their own hands and help the police.

Con Air (1997).

Game actors

Nicolas Cage. He played a colorful role, played perfectly. Ranger jailed for murder. Returning home after parole, got into bad company.

John Cusack. Police, stuffed with knowledge, guided aircraft that took his prisoners.

John Malkovich. The main villain, who seized the plane. It was he who came up with a plan of theft. He played a role, stand out among the rest of the criminals. He is the leader of an air cannon fire. I remember his grimace.

Strong and entertaining thriller. You can view what is happening on the screen, good special effects. The film, which can be viewed and reviewed many times.

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