- 2 hr 1 min
Stealth is a U.S. action science fiction movie written by W. D. Richter and directed by Rob Cohen. Starring Jaime Foxx, Josh Lucas, Sam Shepard, Jessica Biel, Richard Roxburgh and Joe Morton, the film was produced by Columbia Pictures. The story follows three fighter pilots in 2016 as they attempt to develop a robotic, stealth, automated aircraft. The U.S. Navy has developed a program meant to deal with enemies and international terrorists as quietly and as quickly as possible. The program was also authorized to use in testing new technologies designed to achieve the mission objectives. This includes new attack jets with high speeds, payloads and stealth abilities that are known as the F/A-37 Talon series. Only 3 out of more than 400 pilots are chosen to participate: Lieutenant Ben Gannon (played by Josh Lucas), Lieutenant Kara Wade (played by Jessica Biel) and Lieutenant Henry Purcell (played by Jamie Foxx). To complete the mission, Gannon embarks into Russian territory. After several Russian aircaft attacks, a truce is called with the UCAV to both keep from falling into the hands of enemy territory. There is an emergency landing in Alaska by Captain George Cummings (played by Sam Shepard), the commanding officer. Cummings is held accountable for these incidents and threatened with a possible discharge and court-martial. He then attempts to eliminate witnesses by stranding Wade in North Korea and ordering Gannon's murder in Alaska. Gannon locates an emaciated Wade between the North and South Korean border. He leaves to help fend off the North Korean soldiers. The pilots run for the border, chased by a Korean Mi-8 helicopter. As it is out of ammunition, the EDI employs a final Kamikaze attack by flying into the helicopter. This allows for Wade and Gannon to escape into the South Korea region. They are soon found by U.S. military forces. After Purcell's funeral, Gannon confesses his feelings to Wade. While the EDI is shown in pieces, there is still a light evident from its central intelligence section, indicating that it is still operable.