Last Flight To Hell

  • 1991
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Action, Adventure, Crime

A jungle gun-fest that's hardly worth a backward glance, LAST FLIGHT TO HELL's fuzzy photography, cheesy action and languid performances add up to a bottom-shelf direct-to-video release. Mitch Taylor (Reb Brown) is a Drug Enforcement Agency commando in Southeast Asia to catch mafia narcotics middleman Vince Dugan and bring him back alive. But a Chinese...read more

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A jungle gun-fest that's hardly worth a backward glance, LAST FLIGHT TO HELL's fuzzy photography, cheesy action and languid performances add up to a bottom-shelf direct-to-video release.

Mitch Taylor (Reb Brown) is a Drug Enforcement Agency commando in Southeast Asia to catch mafia narcotics middleman Vince Dugan and bring him back alive. But a Chinese crimelord grabs Dugan first for "exploiting our soil." Taylor follows Dugan's oblivious, rape-prone daughter Sheila (Michele

Dehne) as she goes to deliver the ransom. Myriad perils culminate in the revelation that Taylor's tough-talking boss Red Farley (Chuck Connors, who swears a blue streak) is himself on the mob's payroll. It's Dugan who ends up saving Taylor's life, and then honorably submits himself to America's

criminal justice system. "Anyway," he explains, "with a good lawyer I'm out in six months."

So low is LAST FLIGHT TO HELL's budget that even a lowly truck has to drive out of sight behind a convenient shack before it explodes, although the titular flight does crash impressively in a valley of rubbery snakes. (Violence, profanity, adult situations.)

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  • Released: 1991
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: A jungle gun-fest that's hardly worth a backward glance, LAST FLIGHT TO HELL's fuzzy photography, cheesy action and languid performances add up to a bottom-shelf direct-to-video release. Mitch Taylor (Reb Brown) is a Drug Enforcement Agency commando in S… (more)

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