Quarantine 2: Terminal

Synopsis: In Los Angeles, the police put a residential building in quarantine. Meanwhile, the flight attendants of Trans Sky Air, Jenny and Paula, are welcoming the passengers of flight TS Air 318 from Los Angeles to Kansas City with Captain Forrest and Co-Pilot Wilsy. Teacher Henry brings a cage of hamsters to the cabin, but Jenny tells him that it should be transported in the cargo hold. However, one hamster bites the fingertip of the fat passenger Ralph. Soon, Ralph vomits and becomes aggressive, attacking Paula. The male passengers help Jenny and lock Ralph in the bathroom while Captain Forrest requests an emergency landing. When they land in the airport, they find all the gates closed and the Captain heads the plane to an abandoned terminal. Employee Ed helps the crew and passengers to reach the exit, but they find that they are closed. Soon they discover that the place is in quarantine and there is no way out.
Director(s): John Pogue
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  1 nomination.
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86 min

L.A., this is Flight 734.

We need a runway, 26L.

Roger that, 734.

You're clear on 26L.

We're at the concert of

our lives and you disappear?


And now we're

gonna be late again.

No, no, no. We'll make it.

Hey, have you seen my scarf?

God, this is serious.

I mean, where were you?

Well, um, I just went

to get a little souvenir.


For my best friend, Paula.

They all signed it.

Oh, my God, Jenny.

I love you.

I got a little something

for myself. Look at this.

Uh, excuse me,

how did you get backstage?

Well, I have my ways.

Oh, really?


I told them all about you. They think

you're so cute. I showed them pictures.

You're such a liar.

Why would I lie about that?

Oh, I got this one.

Oh, thank you.


That's the only reason, then?

Pretty much.

I was thinking we

could transfer to L.A,

and we check out Tokyo, Thailand--

No, too crazy,

too many people.

Paula, it beats BNA any day. Come on.

But my fianc's in Nashville.

It's never too late to escape.

Oh, wow, great advice

from my maid of honor.

Who's stalking you now?

Only guy that matters. Dad.


He wants me to go to flight school.



I already got my dream job.

Flying one of these things,

way too much responsibility.



Yeah. Hm?


Trans Sky Air.

Get there.

Now go to sleep.

Now go to sleep.


Girls, is there coffee?


You feeling okay,


Head cold. It's going around.

There you go.

Thank you.

Think I got it from my dog. All the

dogs in the neighborhood are sick.

It's running around, barking,

being weird.

Thunderstorms out of

the south, southwest.

Church group canceled,

so we're nearly empty.

How long you been working

the aisles, Jenny?

Oh, uh, almost a year now, captain.

Then you should know better.

Sorry, sir.

Ha, ha, ha.

So gullible.

Heard the concert was great.




Jenny, this is George.

George, this is Jenny.

Hey, George,

how's it going?

He's all yours now.

You wanna come

with me?

Okay, so a couple

of things, you're--

"My responsibility."

I know the drill.

Okay. Ah, wrist, please.

I'm 13 next month. Most airlines

don't make me wear that anymore.

This one does. Sorry.

Look, I can

take care of myself.

Okay, less work for me.



Status pitch.


Fuel quantity.

Twenty-four thousand

five hundred pounds.

We're gonna take great care

of you, Dr. Kingston.

All right, here we go.


Just help us out here, all right?

That's good. Oh, good.

Watch your head, Doc.

There you go.

Good job.

Thank you.


Doc can hear you, he just can't

speak, or move very well. Parkinson's.

Where you headed?

An hour from KC. His

daughter just had a baby girl.



APU fire.

Okay, Willsy. Fire up the APU.

Good evening. Welcome.

Thought you had a light load, huh?

Back half of the plane,

completely empty.

Oh, I appreciate that, ma'am.

I really do.

Welcome aboard. Good evening.

Oh, hey, what's a fella gotta

do to get a beer around here?

We'll let you know.

I'm sorry.

You sure you're feeling all right?

I'll be all right.

You just look a little...

Welcome aboard. How are you?

Oh, I love your nails.

Thanks. Keeps the glooms away.

Oh, come on.

May I help you?

No, thanks. I think I got it.

What's in there?

Hamsters. If anything happens to

them, my class will eat me alive.

Ooh, tough class.


The one in back's a little bit bigger.

Oh, that's, uh--

Okay, that's not gonna work.

I almost got it.

You're gonna have to check that.

Easy. Easy.

Thank you.


You think they'll survive

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John Pogue

John Pogue is an American film writer, producer, and director. He is an alumnus of Yale University. more…

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