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Craig 9 Years 2 episodes, Stephen King Tom Holby 2 episodes, David Kelly Little Boy 2 episodes, Stephanie Dunham Little Girl 2 episodes, John Winthrop Philbrick Edit Storyline On a redeye flight to Boston from Los Angeles, 10 people wake up to a shock: All the passengers and crew have vanished.
Taglines: Prepare yourself for the flight of your life! Edit Did You Know? Trivia The aircraft used in the movie Lockheed L TriStar Reg No.
It was broken up for scrap at Bournemouth, UK, Goofs When approaching LAX, Laurel notes that everything looks the same and there's no one there.
Except there are cars driving around. Quotes Nick Hopewell : [ They're in the air after the world below has disappeared after the langoliers have eaten it.
The sun is setting ] It's going faster now, isn't it? Captain Brian Engle : Yeah. After awhile I think the days and nights will be going faster than a camera shutter can click.
We're all going to Boston for different reasons. What about you, Nick? Fess up, the hour groweth late. Nick Hopewell : Well, why not?
What does a Most Secret classification mean when you've just seen a bunch of killer hairballs rolling up the world?
Was this review helpful to you? Albert again subdues Craig, and the others leave him unconscious in the airport as they race Dinah back to the plane.
As they board, the group witnesses strange creatures emerge from the horizon, consuming everything including the ground.
Bob calls these creatures Langoliers, creatures that feed on time which has passed. As a panicked Craig comes running out of the airport, a weak Dinah is able to psychically convince him his meeting has moved from Boston to here.
The delay leaves Craig vulnerable and he is eaten by the Langoliers. The plane takes off just as the Langoliers consume the entire airport beneath them.
As they fly through the void, Dinah succumbs to her wound and dies while recalling the lines "everything was beautiful, even things that were dead.
As the plane approaches the time rift, Bob hastily recalls they had survived their first trip into the rift because they had been asleep, and could disappear if they pass through it awake.
Brian is able to reduce the cabin pressure, which will knock them unconscious, but someone needs to remain awake to fly the plane on course.
Nick volunteers, having revealed he was a government assassin on a mission, but tells Laurel to travel to London to explain this to his estranged father after they return safely.
The plan works; Nick disappears as the plane passes the rift, and Brian wakes shortly after to land the plane safely in Los Angeles. The passengers are concerned they seem to be in a similar state as they were in Bangor, but Bob, using the evidence in front of him, such as the return of sound and smell, believes they may be a few minutes ahead of everyone else, and they will shortly catch up to them.
As they watch, they see other people start to blur into view, before they suddenly snap into the proper time stream. Only the onlooking children spot their appearance, calling them out as the arrival of "the new people".
In the TV version , only his watch remains. The survivors awaken unharmed, with the exception of nosebleeds caused by the pressure drop.
Seemingly, nothing has changed. The plane lands in a deserted Los Angeles. When they check outside, the passengers again hear a noise. It is not the ominous sound of the Langoliers, but a relaxing hum.
Inside the airport, sounds echo and food has taste. The group takes shelter against the wall to avoid the soon-to-appear human traffic in the airport.
They begin to see colors with holograms of people and activity going on. A flash hits them and they find themselves in the present again.
The books are accidentally destroyed and a menacing Library Policeman terrorizes Sam at his house. Through Naomi, Sam meets Dave "Dirty Dave" Duncan, an alcoholic former sign painter and a former lover of Ardelia's.
Dave believes Ardelia is seeking revenge and a new host. While the trio attempt to stop Ardelia's return, Sam recalls a repressed memory: a man claiming to be a "Library Policeman" raped and threatened Sam when he was a young child in St.
However, the new Library Policeman is not just a recreation of the man from Sam's past, but also an embodiment of Ardelia, who wants Sam as her new host.
Dave dies defending Sam and Naomi from Ardelia. Kevin Delevan receives a Sun Polaroid camera for his fifteenth birthday. He discovers that there is something strange about the camera: the only pictures it produces are of a malicious black dog which seems to move closer with each shot as though to attack the photographer.
On a recommendation, Kevin seeks help from Reginald "Pop" Merrill, the wealthy and unscrupulous owner of a junk shop in the town of Castle Rock, Maine.
While just as unsettled by the phenomenon as Kevin, Merrill sees an opportunity to further his own interests; namely, selling the camera to a paranormal enthusiast for a great deal of money.
He manages to switch out the camera for another of the same model, which Kevin destroys. Much to his dismay, however, Merrill cannot rid himself of the Sun as his customers either dismiss it as a fake or decline to purchase it due to the discomfort and unease they feel upon viewing the photographs.
Furthermore, Merrill finds himself increasingly compelled to use the Sun — the dog slowly advancing and transforming into something more savage and monstrous with every picture he takes.
In the meantime, Kevin is plagued by recurring nightmares about the dog. Realizing that Merrill tricked him and the Sun was never destroyed, he sets out to prevent Merrill from taking any more pictures for fear that the dog will "break through" into the real world.
By this point, the camera's influence over Merrill has caused him to lose his grip on sanity. After waking up one night to find himself holding the Sun and repeatedly pressing its trigger, Merrill resolves to smash it in the morning.
However, he hallucinates that one of the cuckoo clocks hanging on the wall of his store is really the camera, and smashes the clock instead. Under the illusion that he's repairing a clock at his workbench, Merrill starts taking pictures again.
At this moment, Kevin and his father arrive to confront Merrill, but they are too late to stop him. The dog tears its way out of the final photograph, killing Merrill in the process.
Inspired by his nightmares, Kevin has brought another Sun with him, and just as the dog is about to release itself, he takes its picture, trapping it once more in the "Polaroid world".
In the epilogue, Kevin gets a computer for his following birthday. In order to test its word processor function, he types " The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
It is not sleeping. It is not lazy. It's coming for you, Kevin. The Langoliers possess no visible organs besides skin, teeth, and mandibles.
While the monsters described by Toomey in his father's stories had fur and legs, these creatures have an almost reptilian skin texture and no legs.
Their means of locomotion is flight, but they possess no wings or propulsive organs making the nature of this flight mysterious.
The Langoliers' teeth are a silver color, with the consistency of liquid. In their jaws, these teeth rotate around the three mandibles and morph shape continuously.
As they appear, they have no brains, no eyes, no sensory organs whatsoever, but still seem able to detect sounds and sights and hunt organic prey.