This British TV adventure series is about a couple of
treasure hunters and global travellers played by Michael Landes and Ophelia Lovibond.
First episode The
Amazon features a Eurocopter EC-120B searching the South American jungle
for the remains of a lost Victorian explorer.
In the show’s main rotary action,
the pilot betrays the heroine but the hero climbs aboard the Colibri for some
low-flying stunts over the river, where the heroes jump out before the chopper
crashes into a rocky hill-side.
includes an unlikely Bell 206 JetRanger in rural
has a Bell 407,
without its rear doors, flying the villain and his henchmen to a mountain
A follow-up movie to Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) this features a couple of AH-64 Apache
Longbow helicopters destroyed in flight by a super-villain on the Midway City
Carrying troops, an MD 500E lands at the FEMA camp during the evacuation of civilians,
and a Bell 206L LongRanger is parked in the background of this scene.
Black Hawk drops off convicts for suicide squad, Task Force X, at the military
Two Boeing CH-47 transports fly teams into the city, where
one Chinook is shot down and it crashes sideways to roll through a car park. The second helicopter lands safely near the crash site.
Later, when it's hijacked by
the Joker, a rescue Chinook hovers near a roof-top and shoots at the squad of
antiheroes. Harley Quinn jumps off the roof and she grabs a rope to dangle
beneath the getaway helicopter, but the Chinook is hit by a missile and the
burning chopper crashes off-screen.
Finally, an MH-60 gunship picks up the task
force chief from the roof-top. The rescue Black Hawk flies away, spraying chaff,
but is soon downed and it crash lands in the street.
Directed by Stephen Chow, this Chinese fantasy rom-com
features a Eurocopter EC-120B Colibri that chases a mermaid off the shore, and
the airborne villainess fires a torpedo into the sea that blasts the heroine
out of the water.
The featured helicopter in this crime thriller is a Bell 206-L LongRanger,
which first appears as a cartoon version during the caper movie’s animated
titles sequence. Later, through binoculars, a Black Hawk is seen airborne
when the gang of thieves spy on a private airfield.
Finally, the LongRanger
arrives as the heroes’ getaway vehicle from a hotel roof-top. In the background
of some poster artwork for this movie, there are two Russian Hind helicopters,
but nothing like that appears on screen.
British shoot ’em up against military robots, this
low-budget actioner boasts twin co-axial rotor-craft as troop transports like a
futuristic Osprey copter, with articulated legs for VTOL anywhere. This vehicle is
used to fly a small team on a training mission to an island battle zone.
are twin-rotor mini-drones, deployed for surveillance in the woods, that flap
around the soldiers. At the movie’s end, the big transport flight returns to
This action-packed sequel by Roel Reine is a tribute movie
to John Woo, maker of the original Hard
Target (1993). The movie features a Eurocopter EC-135P-2 as the villain’s helicopter, that hovers above the penthouse of a tower block in Bangkok, before flying the hero to a military
camp in the jungle.
In the climax, the EC-135 returns with gun-men aboard,
tracking the hero’s stolen speedboat down the River Kwai. After some low-flying
stunts, the helicopter drops off some bad guys on a bridge at the border.
This Asian actioner features a red Bell 429 GlobalRanger
landing next to a Eurocopter EC-135, that’s parked in a jungle clearing with
another EC-135, and a yellow AS-350B3e A-Star. The movie also includes a mini-copter
drone spying on street activity.
Later, there’s a flying stunt with a man dangling on a rope
from the A-Star swooping over the jungle.
The climactic assault begins with the GlobalRanger and two
EC-135 choppers, taking off with police troops aboard on a mission to capture the
429 and the A-Star are used to pick-up the heroes, while the yellow EC-135 helicopter
is tracking a speed-boat chase.
The chopper swoops down to drop a rope and
hoist up the heroes, and the injured villain, but enemy gunfire forces it to withdraw
from the scene before the rescue is complete.