Non-2019 First Time Watches Ranked
Directors Ranked: Robert Schwentke
The premise of this is great; a woman's child goes missing aboard a plane and she can't find her. With nobody else having seen her child, the woman starts to question her sanity.
Now while the premise is solid, and the film starts out well, with the mystery of it all building up nicely, what unfolds is just a ridiculous, highly illogical mess.
The performances of everybody involved are good and I think if this one didn't have Jodie Foster as the lead, say it was remade with someone like Kaya Scodelario, it would've been an absolute dumpster fire. Instead, this is fucking stupid but with promise and decent segments thanks to Foster.
Overall, I wouldn't say this was horrible, but it could've been so much better with a tighter script.