After losing her husband and not being able to let go, Kyle (Foster) boards a plane with a "Flightplan" from Berlin to New York. Waking from a nap, she discovers that her daughter Julia (Marlene Lawston) is missing from her side. At first she begins calmly looking for her little girl, but when she can't find her, Kyle becomes hysterical and turns the plane upside down. Sympathetic at first, the crew comes to her aid, but when the records indicate that the child never boarded the plane and no one seems to remember seeing her, one can't help but wonder if Kyle is losing her mind. (Tricia Spears)
The eight-minute "Emergency Landing: Visual Effects," ten-minute "Cabin Pressure: Designing The Aalto E-474" featurettes, audio commentary by Director Robert Schwentke, and up-front ads are the same as found on the DVD reviewed in Issue 105. Additionally, there is a five-minute "Jet Stream" Blu-scape short film and Movie Showcase.
With deep, solid blacks and colors that can really pop from the screen, the 2.35:1 Blu-ray Disc image generally looks good. Fleshtones are slightly too pale, and fine details are not quite as well resolved as the best releases, but this is a good picture. (Danny Richelieu)
The uncompressed linear PCM 5.1-channel soundtrack is impressive, with very good fidelity and an exciting mix. Dynamic range is good, with subtle sound cues easy to pick out of even the most extreme scenes. Bass is deep and tight, which helps build tension nicely. (Danny Richelieu)