plane crashes

Sully (DVD)

By Warner Brothers
4
Rated by Stefanie E.
Mar 26, 2017

On Thursday, January 15, 2009, in New York City, a passenger plane crashed on the Hudson River and all 155 people aboard seemingly miraculously survived. Captain 'Sully' Sullenberger and his crew were hailed as heroes across the globe. Sully chronicles the lesser-known side of this true story: a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigation on whether the Captain made the right decision not to return to the airport when engines failed.


It would be easy to go for the shock factor in telling of a plane crash, but the Clint Eastwood directed movie goes for a quieter route. In order

Nov 19, 2011

Chip Linton’s life and the lives of his wife and twin daughters changed forever when – through no fault of his own - the plane he was piloting crashed into Lake Champlain.   Thirty-nine on board lost their lives.  The Linton’s relocated to a rambling Victorian house in northern New Hampshire.  Chip, suffering from depression and PTSD, retired from working and spent his days fixing up the family home.  He finds a door in the basement fastened shut with thirty-nine bolts – a coincidence he cannot get out of his mind.  Meanwhile Chip’s wife Emily and 10-year-old daughters are “adopted” by