As one of other reviewers cleverly noticed, this little film could be easily mistaken for a slightly overextended episode of "Outer Limits". Five young people board a little plane to go on holidays. The girl who pilots, Sara (Jessica Lowndes), just got her licence and therefore she is quite happy that it will be a short flight and the weather is expected to be very good. But soon after the take off troubles begin, with the plane getting out of control and flying very high, into an unexpected stormy weather. And then REAL problems begin...
The story seems really like one of those described in "Outer Limits" series and even if at one moment things begin to look a little bit silly, ultimately everything is very cleverly explained and the solution is not stupid at all. There are some really scary moments and the dark storm cloud in which most of action takes place gives to this film a unique (and quite opressive) atmosphere. Last but not least, Jessica Lowndes is a very attractive young lady and she plays quite well.
The bad thing are the dialogs - they are really really poor. Other than Sara the "heroes" are rather pathetic and they act mostly stupidly. There is not much humor and many developments (not all) are quite predictable. And this film is definitely too long - cutting it down to 60 minutes would be a good thing.
All in all to my personal taste this is a little horror/SF film, to which I would rather give 2,5 stars if it was possible, as it is not very good. A thing to see once - and I would rent it rather than buy, as it may be hard to sell later.