Last Flight Out

Last Flight Out

  • 1 hr 22 min

One pilot risks his life for a woman who's dedicated hers to helping people.

Movie Guide

Recommended Age: 9+

Very strong Christian worldview (Mateo says there’s no better place to be than the center of God’s will except in His presence, the Parable of the Lost Sheep is shared, the gospel is presented, a conversion happens, Annie has been praying for Dan) and very strong moral worldview (Annie is determined not to abandon any of the women or children, she and Mateo minister to the villagers through medical services, Dan contributes as he can to the escape effort); no foul language; three men are knocked out with a wooden staff, Salazar threatens to kill villagers if they resist him, two vehicles explode (nobody is hurt), gun shots result in two characters wounded and one killed (some blood is shown), some violence is referred to in dialogue (a plane crash resulted in a man’s death, a woman was killed by stepping on a land mine, a man was killed during a fire-bombing); no sexual content, although Dan kisses Annie on her forehead; no nudity; no alcohol use; no smoking or drug use; and, Dan steals a plane early on.

  • Language

    none

  • Nudity

    none

  • Sex

    none

  • Violence

    moderate

Last Flight Out

Credits

  • Actor
    • Richard Tyson
    • Bobbie Phillips
    • Adriano Gonzalez

Genres

  • Thriller
  • Suspenseful
  • Dramas
  • Movies