Airplane!

Airplane!
Airplane!

Year

1980

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Possibly the greatest and best-loved spoof film of all time, Airplane! brilliantly takes aim at the disaster movies of the 70s. When the passengers and crew of a jet are incapacitated due to food poisoning, a rogue pilot (who has a drinking problem and is afraid of flying) must cooperate with his ex-girlfriend-turned-stewardess to bring the plane to a safe landing. Featuring some sublime comic set-pieces, the film made a star of Leslie Nielsen, giving us some of the most inspired and quotable one-liners in film history.

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15 Classification

Contains moderate sex references and drug use.

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