In Passenger 57 (1992), the FBI agent in the back already has makeup for the gunshot before being shot.
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Pre-COVID capacity sticker still on this tram. To compare, today, green sticker says 57 passengers per tram for social distancing purposes
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Passenger 57 (1992), Wesley Snipes comments about suspicious guys having no trouble getting through security, with a bad guy standing behind him. He has no trouble getting through security. imgur.com/1PwGcTf
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β€œif I've learned anything from films like Executive Decision or Passenger 57, there's always a way into the cargo hold” in this case the crew bunker.
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I watched Passenger 57 (1992)

I had never even heard of this movie when my fiancΓ© suggested watching it. I knew nothing about the plot, to the extent that I actually thought Wesley Snipes was hijacking a plane in an early scene before it was revealed that he was training flight attendants. The main villain, a creepy English guy, frequently hijacks planes so when he is captured by the FBI of course they decide to transport him on a regular passenger plane filled with civilians who he can take as hostages when it all predictably goes wrong; however, Wesley Snipes also happens to be on board and he specialises in aeroplane security.

The fight scenes were fun too, with Wesley Snipes showing off some of his martial arts moves. My favourite death scene was when one of the terrorists gets shot on airport stairs and gets a few seconds to slump and roll dramatically down the steps, but an honourable mention goes to the guy who got kicked off a fairground ride and did a very unconvincing β€˜AAAAAAAAAAHH’ as he plummeted towards the ground.

This must have been an early role for Elizabeth Hurley, as it was a few years before she became known for wearing a revealing dress to the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral. I predicted that she would turn out to be in cahoots with the main villain, since they both had English accents, and why would an English flight attendant be working on an internal US flight anyway?

I found the soundtrack weirdly distracting though – much of the music was some sort of easy listening jazz that really didn’t blend into the background at all, it sounded like something from a low-budget 90s sitcom.

Anyway, I enjoyed this very silly film overall; even though the plot doesn’t make much sense if you actually think about it (whose idea was it to get the main characters off the plane and into a fairground?), I still found it to be fun to watch.

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In Passenger 57, Wesley Snipes tells the lead terrorist "Always bet on black." because the character he plays, John Cutter, is black.
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White British air passenger (Christopher Tooth, 57) fined Β£670 after foul-mouthed abuse of cabin crew on a Jet2 flight; threatened to drag manager off the plane and urinate on staff; set off after his son was accused of eating crew's food, when asked to wear masks, and when asked to stay seated
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Passenger 57 - #retro-trailer youtube.com/watch?v=lTbPe…
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Justin Trudeau casts doubt on Iran's claim that shooting down of Ukrainian passenger jet was an 'accident' as he demands justice and compensation for families of 57 Canadian victims dailymail.co.uk/news/arti…
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TIL Switzerland is home to the most dense rail network in Europe of 5,250 KM which carries 596 million passengers per year. The world's longest & deepest railway tunnel is in Switzerland at 57 KM long & the average Swiss travels 2,550 KM by rail each year. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swi…
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[WP] You drive a 57 Chevy that was given to you by your late wife Selena. One day at a red light, a gunman climbs in your passengers seat and tells you to drive. You hear a voice that sounded like Selena's. "Wreck the car." it implores you.
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Just watched passenger 57, and ending was epic

Wesley snipes just spent over an hour killing terrorists on a plane, leaving over 100 passengers with PTSD. They watched their fellow citizens die. When he finally pushes the main villain out of an airplane door while it is in the air, he goes back to the cockpit to sit down for a bit. As he is on the phone with ground control, they ask β€œWhat’s your status?”

Snipes replies: β€œSingle”

As he leaves the cockpit afterwards, the entire audience of passengers is standing up (with the airplane door open and papers flying everywhere) chanting β€œhoo hoo hoo hoo”

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[Monday, January 21 2019] France fines Google nearly $57 million for first major violation of Europe’s tough new data-privacy rules; Passengers stuck on United flight in frigid cold for more than 14 hours; The Republic of Congo has created its fifth national park, protecting threatened wildlife

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[WP] β€œCongratulations to Passenger #57! You’ve been selected to fly the plane. Just slide the captain out of his seat and take over.”
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