The Magic of Flight (IMAX)

Theatrical Release: September 1, 2006
DVD Release: June 27, 2000
The Magic of Flight (IMAX)
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Synopsis

Experience the thrill of flying and soar through the history of flight, from the Wright brothers to the dramatic high speed aerobatics of the world-renowned Blue Angels. Enjoy acrobatic aerial sequences from the view of the death-defying pilots, as they circle the air in an orchestra of fast flying machines. This film also educates the viewer on the science of flight and what makes these marvelous machines actually get up in the air!

Dove Review

This is an enjoyable documentary to watch. Tom Selleck does a smooth narration which works well for the film. I thoroughly enjoyed the history of the Wright Brothers and the story of the Blue Angels is quite fascinating, as the film showed the tremendous amount of practice required, including an early three-month stint in the desert. The challenge is for all the pilots to stay synchronized.

It should be noted that there are loud engine noises from the planes at least eight or nine times in the film. The volume really cranks it out in this IMAX presentation. We recommend the film for family viewing for all ages.

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Info

Company: MacGillivray Freeman Films
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Tom Selleck
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter