Nov 9, 2009

Inflight Movies You Could Do Without?

This is probably not everyone's idea of great in-flight entertainment.


It's from a series that has aired under various names - "Mayday," or "Air Crash Investigations." It's often available on the Discovery Channel or the National Geographic Channel. And happily - Youtube!


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I eagerly await the sequel: greengrocer's apostrophes you could do without.

Chris said...

Musta been in flight satellite TV...
last year I was on a flight where the movie was "Fool's Gold". In one scene a guy and girl jump aboard a small float plane and throw the pilot overboard, then realize they don't know how to fly.
It rather abruptly faded to black, then returned with them in the water surrounded by pieces of broken floatplane.
Obviously edited for in-flight TV :D

Aluwings said...

@ anony - ta. Fixed.

@ Chris - I saw that movie -- I'm trying to recall what the unedited version showed of an airplane crashing...

Tom said...

hahahahah did you take that vid yourself? i cant imagine whose idea to put that movie on the inflight entertainment. someone in the pilots lounge laughin their ass off no doubt lol

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Anonymous said...

Uhm, I actually brought these episodes on my laptop to view on my last few flights. They're pretty good and obviously interesting to someone who flies a lot.

I can understand the concern back in the day when the movie the airline decided to play was the only choice but these days passengers can choose the video they want to watch.