Summary: Communist radicals hijack Air Force One with the U.S. President and his family on board. The Vice President negotiates from Washington D.C., while the President, a veteran, fights to rescue the hostages on board.
Cinema Release Dates: 20th November 2022 (Australia), 16th October 1997 (Thailand), 12th September 1997 (UK), 25th July 1997 (US)
VOD Release Dates: Available in all regions.
Country: Germany, USA
Director: Wolfgang Peterson
Screenwriter: Andrew W. Marlowe
Cast: Elya Baskin (Andrei Kolchak), Xander Berkeley (Agent Gibbs), Tony Boldi (Ron Hersog), Donna Bullock (Press Secretary Melanie Mitchell), Glenn Close (Vice President Kathryn Bennett), Thomas Crawford (Steward Mike), Wendy Crewson (Grace Marshall), Andrew Divoff (Boris Bazylev), Tom Everett (NSA Advisor Jack Doherty), Roger Ferreira (Cadwell), Harrison Ford (President James Marshall), Spencer Garrett (White House Aide Thomas Lee), David Gianopoulos (Agent Johnson), Paul Guilfoyle (Chief of Staff Lloyd Shepherd), Philip Baker Hall (U.S. Attorney General Ward), Jim Harley (Willis), Chris Howell (Major Perkins), Elester Latham (AFO Navigator/Major Bridges), Fenton Lawless (Steward Joey), Levani (Sergei Lenski), William H. Macy (Major Caldwell), Liesel Matthews (Alice Marshall), Don McManus (F-15 Leader Colonel Carlton), Michael Ray Miller (AFO Pilot Colonel Axelrod), Glenn Morshower (Agent Walters), Gary Oldman (Ivan Korshunov), Jurgen Prochnow (General Alexander Radek), Bill Smitrovich (General Northwood), Dean Stockwell (Defense Secretary Walter Dean), David Vadim (Igor Nevsky), Ilia Volok (Vladimir Krasin), Carl Weintraub (AFO Co-Pilot Lt. Col. Ingrahams), Alan Woolf (Russian President Petrov)
Running Time: 124 mins
Classification: M (Australia), 15 (Thailand), 15 (UK), R (USA)
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