Stephen King's The Langoliers Movie Review 1995

Information and Film Reviews for Stephen King's The Langoliers the Movie

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Bloated variation of "Ten Little Indians" finds 10 airline passengers dozing off on their L.A.-to-Boston flight and awakening to find their fellow passengers and the crew have vanished. Of course, one passenger (Morse) is a pilot and he gets them to Bangor, Maine (where the miniseries was filmed), only to discover the airport is deserted and very weird things are going on. Oh yeah, the "langoliers" look like flying cannonballs with piranha teeth and have something to do with neurotic Pinchot's character. Not that you'll care much.

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Lions Gate Entertainment, 2700 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90404, Phone: (310)449-9200, Fax: (310)255-3870, URL: http://www.lgf.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 180 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Sci Fi, Airborne, Books to Film: Stephen King, Alien Beings--Vicious
Screenplay
Tom Holland
Cast
David Morse, Bronson Pinchot, Patricia Wettig, Dean Stockwell, Kate Maberly, Christopher Collet, Kimber Riddle, Mark Lindsay Chapman, Frankie Faison, Baxter Harris, Stephen King, Tom Holland
Cinematography
Paul Maibaum
Director
Tom Holland
Music
Vladimir Horunzhy
Producer
David Kappes, Richard H. Rubinstein, Mitchell Galin, Laurel-King Inc.

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