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AIR FORCE ONE
Review by Curtis Strickland (11/97)

Release: 1997, Columbia Pictures
Starring: Harrison Ford, Glenn Close, William H. Macy, Gary Oldman
Director: Wolfgang Petersen
MPAA Rating: [R] violence
Genre: Action

SUMMARY

Russian terrorists hijack the President's (Ford) plane and demand the release of their radical political leader.

WHAT'S GOOD

Glenn Close does an admirable job as the Vice President of the United States--so much so that she seems more natural in the position than anyone who has held the office in real life. William H. Macy also delivers a strong performance as one of the President's officers, a complete turnaround of the dirtbag he played in Fargo. Lots of action throughout.

WHAT'S BAD

Gary Oldman is less than convincing as the Russian terrorist leader. He and his gang come across as comically incompetent, and their political views are so dated and stereotypical that it's one big laughable parody. Oddly, Harrison Ford comes across as too cool to be a President, while putting himself in one unbelievable predicament after another.

Rating: 6.5 out of 10 (0=Abysmal, 5=Average, 10=Excellent)






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