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Blu-ray Review - No Highway in the Sky


Based on a novel by Nevil Schute, 1951's "No Highway in the Sky" is a bizarre combination of drama and disaster movie, enjoying the tension of potential airplane disasters and long debates on the science of airplane design. It's not easy to figure out what this effort is trying to be, but it does enjoy the services of stars James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich, who act up a storm trying to make the milder moments of "No Highway in the Sky" feel significant. The feature isn't quite the roller coaster ride it initially promises to be, but the performances are terrific, communicating intensity the rest of the film often lacks. Read the rest at


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