THE LANGOLIERS is about a group of passengers who are on a cross-country fight from Los Angeles to Boston, wake up and see that most of all the other passengers on board mysteriously disappeared, along with the crew. An off-duty pilot manages to land the plane at an airport in Bangor, Maine. When they get there the group soon realizes that not only those who were on the plane, but the rest of civilization is gone.
At the airport, the passengers and the pilot come across a food stand, but finds out that food and drinks have absolutely no taste or reactions when exposed to the air. Bob Jenkins, a writer explains that they somehow flew through a time rift. Brian, another passenger recalls that a stewardess had noted to him that the Aurora Borealis was spotted over the Mojave Desert on their flight path, and there's a chance they might pass near it.
Stephen King's THE LANGOLIERS is a movie that I can only watch once. The film doesn't really give you good explanation on how all of this might have happened. It's too confung to follow. The graphics in this movie was most certainly not the best, surpringly I thought the graphics from STAR WARS was better. The good of the film is the very end where they reach civilization.
Apparently this movie is also condered a horror film, what is so scary about it? This should've only been condered straight-up Science Fiction, not a horror or mystery. With that being, I'd give this movie 2.5 out of 10 stars.