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revolution wrote:
I just watched "The Revenant".
That was an award-winning movie. In particular, DiCaprio won his first "best actor" Oscar for his leading role in the film.

BTW, could you ask your airlines to offer movies that are more recent?

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YONG wrote:
BTW, could you ask your airlines to offer movies that are more recent?
Yes I could, but I don't think anything would change. It depends upon the movie owners as to when they release it for each meduim. The more popular the movie the longer it takes to get into the flight rotation. And some movies have never appeared on flights for other reasons like anything that shows aeroplanes crashing.
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revolution wrote:
some movies have never appeared on flights for other reasons like anything that shows aeroplanes crashing
Very funny. Is that a joke?

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YONG wrote:
revolution wrote:
some movies have never appeared on flights for other reasons like anything that shows aeroplanes crashing
Very funny. Is that a joke?
Just something I have observed. I don't know if it is official policy or whatever but I've never seen a movie offered that has any type of flight accident.
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revolution wrote:
I don't know if it is official policy or whatever but I've never seen a movie offered that has any type of flight accident.
See if you can find the following films in the catalog next time you are on a plane:

Air Force One
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Force_One_(film)

Die Hard 2
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Die_Hard_2

If not, it is probably policy-related.

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I know those two films and I've never seen them offered. Although they are quite old so if they do get offered (if ever) then it would be in the "classic" selection.

Spacecraft and ordinary land vehicles in trouble have never been a problem.
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Try the following:

Non-Stop (2014)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-Stop_(film)

The plane does not crash at the end. So, the movie may be allowed!

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A low-budget sci-fi drama about time-loop:

Before I Fall (2017)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1691916/

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YONG wrote:
Where is your recommendation for Mother's Day? Rolling Eyes

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no recommendation, yet, Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed

i seldom take plane flight, and you don't have those screen in economy seat Embarassed

just aware that plane crashes movies not available on airplane, i never thought about this, should be common sense, Embarassed
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sleepsleep wrote:
... you don't have those screen in economy seat ...
You do actually. Unless you are flying that low cost cheapo AirAsia, they have nothing for anyone.
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sleepsleep wrote:
YONG wrote:
Where is your recommendation for Mother's Day? Rolling Eyes

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no recommendation, yet, Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
Too bad!

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revolution wrote:
sleepsleep wrote:
... you don't have those screen in economy seat ...
You do actually. Unless you are flying that low cost cheapo AirAsia, they have nothing for anyone.

i only fly with airasia so far, Laughing and mas, but mas economy seat also got no screen, only seat, and small window for you to search alien crafts or whatever unknown flying objects during flight, Laughing
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sleepsleep wrote:
... small window for you to search alien crafts or whatever unknown flying objects during flight
Better say: ... search for alien crafts or ...

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small window for you to search for alien crafts or ...

sounds weird
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"to search alien crafts" ---> searching an alien craft for something

"to search for alien crafts" ---> trying to find an alien craft
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revolution wrote:
"to search alien crafts" ---> searching an alien craft for something

"to search for alien crafts" ---> trying to find an alien craft
Wow, you know the usage difference between the transitive and intransitive forms of the verb "search". I am truly impressed!

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An animated sci-fi movie:

Blame! (2017)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6574146/

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A low-budget drama that has a good rating:

Blame (2017)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4607722/

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A French horror movie with a very good rating:

Raw (2017)
https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/raw_2017/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4954522/

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YONG wrote:
An animated sci-fi movie:

Blame! (2017)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6574146/

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I admit I really liked this one. I'm kind of a sucker for these settings though, with robots taking over the world. Razz
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