ID (1977) 1080p YIFY Movie

ID (1977) 1080p

Art thieves hijack a 747, hit fog and crash into the ocean, trapping them and the passengers under 100 feet of water.

IMDB: 5.611 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.16G
  • Resolution: 1920x816 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 4
  • IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 
  • MPR: Unrated
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for ID (1977) 1080p

Mr. Phillip Stevens is flying in a load of VIPs to the grand opening of his art collection when a trio of hijackers knock out the passengers with gas and try to steal the priceless cargo of art treasures. But everything goes wrong for the hijackers when the 747 crashes in the Bermuda triangle. While the passengers remain alive in the shallow water a daring rescue operation is planned to bring the plane up without breaking it in two.


The Director and Players for ID (1977) 1080p

[Director]Jerry Jameson
[Role:]Lee Grant
[Role:]Joseph Cotten
[Role:]Jack Lemmon


The Reviews for ID (1977) 1080p


Airborne Terror In The Bermuda TriangleReviewed byvirek213Vote: 9/10

Of the three sequels to the 1970 blockbuster film AIRPORT, the film that is generally credited with having begat the first wave of disaster films that were so popular with audiences (and so vilified by the critic) in the 1970s, the 1977 offering AIRPORT '77 probably has the most to offer in terms of suspense, plot, and acting, and the least in the way of the kinds of clichés that nauseated critics no end in the 70s. Even though some of the situations depicted in this film seem incredible to believe, it is due in no small part to the above-average quality of the acting of a lot of the case that they seem fully credible, and the tension is often palpable. And this time around, there is a slight element of the supernatural, as most of the goings-on in the second half of the film take place in that part of the Atlantic bounded by Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda—the infamous Bermuda Triangle, where it is said ships and planes have been known to vanish without a trace.

The plane in question is the new Stevens Corporation jumbo jet, whose owner (James Stewart) has invited many dignitaries onboard to take a flight from Washington to his place in Palm Beach, Florida for the opening of his new art museum and library grounds. There's also several million dollars worth of paintings onboard in the cargo hold, which makes it a target for a trio of art thieves (Michael Pataki, Robert Foxworth, Monte Markham). During mid-flight, the thieves siphon sleeping gas into the passenger cabin of the plane, and cause the passengers to go to sleep, while they try to get their hands on those paintings. Foxworth, meanwhile, sets the plane on a course that takes it right into the Bermuda Triangle, and underneath coastal radar. But the whole thing goes fatally awry when, flying through a fog bank, the jet strikes the top of an oil rig, and is set out of control onto, and then under, the Atlantic. When the passengers come to, they find their plane under one hundred feet of water. The combination of outside water pressure and the lack of oxygen inside the plane doesn't give them much time; and the chief pilot (Jack Lemmon) is forced to swim out of a flooded cargo hold and up to the surface in a life raft equipped with a homing device that will allow the Navy and other rescue parties to find the plane. Since physical underwater rescue of the passengers is impossible, the Navy is forced to use pontoons to somehow raise the plane up to the surface long enough to get the passengers out.

Lemmon's performance as the pilot is one of many reasons why AIRPORT '77 works as well as it does; his Everyman quality is the kind audiences appreciate (much like pilot Chesley Sullenberger in the real-life 2009 Miracle On The Hudson). And although Lee Grant's performance as the obnoxious wife of a philanthropist (Christopher Lee) does weight down the film at times, the solid performances of Joseph Cotten, Olivia DeHavilland, and Darren McGavin compensate for that fault, as doe the performances of others in the cast, including Kathleen Quinlan, M. Emmet Walsh, Pamela Bellwood, Robert Hooks, Gil Gerard, James Booth and (in a cameo as Joe Patroni) George Kennedy. Jameson, normally a TV director who nevertheless earned his pedigree in the small-screen disaster film genre via films like HURRICANE and TERROR ON THE 40TH FLOOR, does a fairly good job of handling what at first seems to be a typically implausible disaster film plot. A lot of the credit for that success must go to the fine visual effects work of Albert Whitlock, whose long list of credits include Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 horror/suspense classic THE BIRDS and the 1970 sci-fi drama COLOSSUS: THE FORBIN PROJECT, and Frank Brendel, who won an Oscar with Whitlock in 1974 for EARTHQUAKE. And the climactic rescue operation sequence, though it requires a suspension of disbelief not uncommon for the disaster genre, is also quite good too.

John Cacavas' score, which goes from brooding avant-garde to typical grandiose orchestral gestures, is the icing on the cake for AIRPORT '77, a film that manages to be suspenseful and entertaining, while dialing down some of the worst excesses of the disaster genre that so alienated critics, and doing so with solid performances from almost all of the cast involved.

Not for claustrophobicsReviewed byPetey-10Vote: 8/10

Airport '77 is the second sequel in the Airport franchise.Boeing 747 is carrying some valuable art of wealthy philanthropist Philip Stevens.A group of art thieves hijack the plane and soon they crash it to the Bermuda triangle.The passengers survive but for how long? Jerry Jameson's disaster movie from 1977 is a mighty entertaining movie.It's packed with the brightest stars.James Stewart is Philip Stevens.Jack Lemmon is Captain Don Gallagher.That's two of my favorite actors.The real lady Olivia de Havilland plays Emily Livingston.Joseph Cotten plays Nicholas St. Downs III.George Kennedy is Joe Patroni.Christopher Lee is Martin Wallace.Lee Grant is Karen Wallace.M.Emmett Walsh plays Dr.Williams.So there are many great stars in a great jam.Airport '77 offers many intense moments under the water.Everybody not suffering from claustrophobia should see this.

Reviewed byPetri Pelkonen ([email protected])Vote: 8/10/10

Airport '77 is the second sequel in the Airport franchise.Boeing 747 iscarrying some valuable art of wealthy philanthropist Philip Stevens.Agroup of art thieves hijack the plane and soon they crash it to theBermuda triangle.The passengers survive but for how long? JerryJameson's disaster movie from 1977 is a mighty entertaining movie.It'spacked with the brightest stars.James Stewart is Philip Stevens.JackLemmon is Captain Don Gallagher.That's two of my favorite actors.Thereal lady Olivia de Havilland plays Emily Livingston.Joseph Cottenplays Nicholas St. Downs III.George Kennedy is Joe Patroni.ChristopherLee is Martin Wallace.Lee Grant is Karen Wallace.M.Emmett Walsh playsDr.Williams.So there are many great stars in a great jam.Airport '77offers many intense moments under the water.Everybody not sufferingfrom claustrophobia should see this.

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