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Flight 29 Down-V02

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Follow Flight 29 Down on more adventures in the next chapter of this exciting series! After ten teen crash-land on a deserted island, they must quickly adapt to their tropical surroundings. They have a leader, but the path to survival proves bumpy as they try to find food, get along with each other, and signal for rescue!

Flight 29 Down: Volume Two includes five complete episodes of the series!


Studio Universal (Music)
SKU 204713786
UPC 796019803809
UPC 14 00796019803809
Format DVD
Release Date 6/27/2012
Aspect Ratio
Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]
Cast & Crew
Andrea Boyd - Producer
Corbin Bleu - Actor
D.J. MacHale - Writer
D.J. MacHale, et. al. - Director
David Klein - Cinematographer
Hallee Hirsh - Actor
Johnny Pacar - Actor
Lauren Storm - Actor
Paul Guncheon - Art Director
Sam Winans - Original Music By
Shauna Shapiro Jackson - Executive Producer
Stan Rogow - Writer
Tammis Chandler, et. al. - Editor
Review While the series has had some lesser moments (especially the second season), "Lost" remains - in my opinion - one of the most compelling dramas on network television, with a strong cast and solid writing that's gotten better again in the third season. "Flight 29 Down" is another castaway drama that has aired on Discovery Kids since 2005, and while the series is different in some ways than "Lost" (and reportedly started production prior to "Lost", "Flight" often gets compared negatively to the more adult ABC series...While much of the show's dialogue is fine enough, some stretches of it can be awfully clunky and, at least in these early episodes, there's a few too many petty teen conflicts to be believed...Still, there's a few things I like about the series, such as the eventual emphasis on teamwork and the performances by Corbin Bleu ("High School Musical") as Nathan and Hallee Hirsch as Daley. These two seem like the most natural and believable, while the other performances can seem forced..."Flight 29 Down" has certainly gained a following, but I'm still not sold. This is a kids show and certainly different than "Lost" in many regards, but the series is a little too watered down and the core idea of kids stuck on an island and having to fend for themselves really could have made for a more compelling series.
ReviewRating 7
DVD, Widescreen, No Longer Produced
Entertainment Weekly A Lost-like show for kids that adults will also enjoy.
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