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Altitude

Duration:
90 min
Genres:
Horror | Mystery | Sci-Fi | Thriller
IMDB rate:
4.9
Director:
Kaare Andrews
Awards:
2 wins & 2 nominations
Details
Country: Canada
Filming Locations: Aldergrove, British Columbia, Canada
Cast
Actor
Character
Jessica Lowndes
Sara
Julianna Guill
Mel
Ryan Donowho
Cory
Landon Liboiron
Bruce
Jake Weary
Sal
Mike Dopud
The Colonel
Ryan Grantham
Young Bruce
Chelah Horsdal
Mrs. Taylor
Ian Robison
Mr. Taylor
Michelle Harrison
Sara's Mother
Teghan Gentles
Young Sara
Seth Ranaweera
Mechanic
Colin Murdock
Tower Controller (voice)
Ian James Corlett
Center Controller (voice)
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Trivia
The registration number of the plane, C-MYZX, is false as the sequence has never been issued in Canada.
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C-MYZX is a false registration of the Canadian registered Piper Navajo based in the greater Vancouver area at the time of filming.
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The author's name on the cover of the book "Terror In Time," that young Bruce has with him during the flashbacks, is Paul Birkett. The movie was written by Paul A. Birkett.
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Goofs
When Sara is cleared to climb to 10500 to avoid weather, the camera cuts to a shot of the altimeter. Based on the shot, the altimeter starts off showing them at 6000ft, which is about right. But the altimeter's hand is making an entire sweep about every two seconds, which indicates a rate of climb of around 30000 feet per minute. It is physically impossible for a twin engine turboprop to climb at that rate.
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Jessica is given a hold short at runway 15 left, and she stops on the runway, a clear violation of instructions - then when she gets clearance to take off, she taxis a second time onto the runway.
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The instruments are fluctuating, including the turn and bank indicator. The instruments are all vacuum driven except the turn and bank indicator. It is the fail-safe instrument and is driven by an electric gyro as a no-fail safety feature. Pilots must pass a flight test demonstrating ability to operate the aircraft by reference only to the airspeed (which is not a gyro instrument) and the turn and bank indicator. All commercial pilots must demonstrate proficiency at this during an FAA examiner's check ride.
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