The film fails to get to an interesting place within the debate, and that makes the sudden turn to action feel somewhat like a relief.
It makes its position clear right at the very start, with an opening scene that shows a disastrous alternative version of events that has the plane crashing right in the middle of New York City.
It plays it off in the end as a prank, even though there are things said in the this supposed faux-channeling that could have only come from the real spirit.
The film spends a good long time on a broad setup that introduces the gang of types filling out the passenger list of the train.
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