The fourth installment of the "Lethal Weapon" franchise finds Mel Gibson teamed up with reluctant partner Danny Glover, Renee Russo, Joe Pesci in another explosive adventure.
Annie (Sandra Bullock) and her policeman boyfriend Alex (Jason Patrick) decide to take a romantic ocean cruise together. Once at sea, however, a disgruntled passenger has other plans. John Geiger (Willem Dafoe), the designer of the ship's computer system was fired and cast aside by the computer company he worked for, and now he wants revenge. He’s set the ship on a collision course with an oil tanker anchored at the island of St. Martin, and now it's up to Alex to stop him. But can he outwit a man who can control the entire ship from his keyboard?
A computer hacker breaks into the computer system of the Seaborn Legend cruise liner and sets it speeding on a collision course into a gigantic oil tanker.
In an attempt to avoid a life of dangerous police work, Annie and her boyfriend head for the Caribbean for a relaxing vacation away - or so they thought.
A 747 traveling from Athens to Washington DC is hijacked by a group of terrorists. They claim it's to force the government to release their leader, but covert intelligence man David Grant doesn't believe it. He tries to persuade the authorities to keep the plane out of US airspace while a rescue mission is put together. This mission involves the use of a high tech plane specifically designed for mid-air crew transfers. With Grant, they make it aboard the 747 only to find that they must overpower the terrorists and disable a bomb with enough nerve gas to knock out all of Washington DC below.
Riveting action sequences highlight this intense thriller! A commando team enters an airborne jetliner aiming to take down the terrorist hijackers in control. With Steven Seagal, Oliver Platt, John Leguizamo.
A 747 traveling from Athens to Washington DC is hijacked by a group of terrorists. They claim it's to force the government to release their leader, but covert intelligence man David Grant doesn't believe it.
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