This early entry into what's shaping up as a full-blown disaster flick renaissance may at first seem little more than an updated AIRPORT 1975, in which a nearly hysterical flight attendant -- then the incomparable Karen Black, now perky Lauren Holly -- gets a crash
course in flying a jumbo jet after the captain and copilot are killed. But director Robert Butler and screenwriter Jonathan Brett have stuffed the cargo hold to bursting with so many plot elements (there's even a bit of slasher-pic mayhem for extra thrills), that the result is surprisingly
enjoyable. Holly is Teri, the hapless air hostess twinkie who, after an in-flight shoot-out, must not only pilot th...