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Nov 19, 2001 | 4:55 PM EST

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With everyone travelling during this time of thanks, I thought I'd release this heartwarming tale for you guys.
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bojo1209bojo1209

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 29, 2010

whoa

i wasnt expecting that!great movie though!not really hartwarming lol



DIMO22DIMO22

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 30, 2008

Sad but true!!!

It is so true.



elite1337elite1337

Rated 3 / 5 stars December 23, 2007

smart@$$

dont be a smart @$$ kk


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ultimagtr720ultimagtr720

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 7, 2007

@Spitfire8520

Actually, explosive decompression of airliners is a fabrication of Hollywood. The worst that would happen if an airliner was to become perforated is the pilot would have to descend to a breathable altitude fast enough to make some people lose their lunch. A bullet from a handheld firearm does not have the requisite diameter to force this contingency. The perforation would have to be pretty severe. For point of reference, the check valves that regulate cabin pressure are about 6" in diameter. If a 6" hole is a design requirement for proper operation, a .44" hole will have no ill effect on cabin pressure. Noise and temperature will be the main concern of pilot and passengers, as well as cleaning up the blood so nobody slips or gets bloodborne illness.


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SeefuSefirosuSeefuSefirosu

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 6, 2007

Funny.

The bullet would go out of the side, but the whole isn't nearly enough to cause explosive decompression. You could blow an entire side of and still be able to hold on.

Good movie.