Watch Skyscraper 1996 full Movie online below Skyscraper is a 1996 direct-to-video movie starring Anna Nicole Smith. It was directed by Raymond Martino and written by William Applegate Jr. and John Larrabee. The movie’s plot borrows heavily from the film Die Hard with Smith taking the lead role. Skyscraper Plot Carrie Wink (Anna Nicole Smith) is a beautiful and voluptuous helicopter pilot employed by a company (Heliscort) [...]
Watch Skyscraper 1996 full Movie online below
Skyscraper is a 1996 direct-to-video movie starring Anna Nicole Smith. It was directed by Raymond Martino and written by William Applegate Jr. and John Larrabee. The movie’s plot borrows heavily from the film Die Hard with Smith taking the lead role.
Carrie Wink (Anna Nicole Smith) is a beautiful and voluptuous helicopter pilot employed by a company (Heliscort) that offers heli-taxi transport to high level clients. She is married to Gordon Wink (Richard Steinmetz), a detective with the LAPD, with whom we see some flashbacks of their relationship. Fairfax (Charles M. Huber), is a ruthless, South African criminal mastermind, prone to quoting Shakespeare, who is intent on collecting a series of four interlocking electronic devices or circuits that can somehow “shift the balance of power in the world.” It is not in any way explained how these devices will achieve this, other than mention that it is involved with satellite tracking, that a whole city could be destroyed and a Third World country is in danger. Through deception and violence he has managed to acquire three of the devices. On one occasion, Carrie Wink (Anna Nicole Smith), unbeknownst to her, has shuttled two of Fairfax’ goons to the site of one of their exchanges. The location of the fourth device, tucked away in the Zitex building, an 86-floor skyscraper in downtown Los Angeles, is the scene where most of the drama unfolds as Fairfax sets his sights on securing the last device.
Carrie Wink is again called to pick up a pair of VIPs, who this time turn out to be Fairfax himself and his French assistant Jacques (Jonathan Fuller). She takes them to the Zitex building where Fairfax has his band of terrorists take over the entire security system and liquidate the security guards as well appropriate an entire floor. Somehow there seems to be very few people in the 86 floor building. He meets up with Cranston (Eugene Robert Glazer), the possessor of the fourth device and as with the previous three other deliverers of the devices, plans on killing him as well. Cranston is mortally wounded in a shootout between him and his companion and with Fairfax’ henchmen. Before entering the building, Cranston had not trusted them and had suspected trouble and so his companion went in unseen and entered from the rear. Before he dies however, Cranston escapes with the suitcase holding the device and meets up with Wink, where she helps him up to the roof. He gives her the suitcase, entrusting her with the device and admonishes her to keep it away from Fairfax at all costs.
The well-endowed Wink is hotly pursued over the roof by a muscular goon and with no way out but over the top, she jumps into a window washer’s rig. Now follows one of the major action scenes where she attaches herself to one of the steel winch cables and drops many floors down the side of the building at the speed of gravity until she is brought to a halt by the end of the cable. Now, suspended and dangerously vulnerable to the gunman on the roof who is shooting repetitively at her she avoids being shot by constantly swinging around and finally crashes through a window just as the gunman destroys the winch with machine-gun fire causing the cable to break free. Carrie then hides the suitcase in a trash trolley. She finds a young boy playing on his toy bike and protects him (the boy’s mother has been shot previously; she was blonde and was mistaken for Wink earlier in their search for her). Carrie now meets up with a small but comically gung-ho security guard who has escaped the slaughter but is nevertheless fearful for his life. She asks for his gun and bullets and now armed, proceeds back to the floor where she knows that hostages have been taken.
Wink helps confuse the terrorist operating the surveillance cameras by lighting fires in the waste paper bins, causing the fire system to alert the LA fire brigade as well as disabling some monitors. Fairfax and the gunmen are now fully focused on killing Wisk and getting the suitcase. She is captured and attempts to exchange the freedom of the hostages for her knowledge of the location of the suitcase and device. Here she witnesses one of the male hostages killed in cold blood by the female terrorist, as he attempts to exchange his own freedom for the $100,000 he has stolen from the building’s computer accounts. She reveals the location of the suitcase and is taken away and is shown to be in a scuffle with a guard who takes her into a room with an obvious sexual intent.
Meanwhile, Wink’s LAPD officer husband, Gordon (Richard Steinmetz), who has been investigating the strange goings-on around town, heads for Zitex (not knowing his wife is also there) and co-incidentally stumbles upon his wife’s mobile phone which is lying on the ground. Fearing for his wife’s safety, Gordon leads Fairfax’ men on a chase around the building. He is correct in his concern for his wife because Carrie is at the point of being raped by her guard before she stabs him in the groin with a paper knife and shoots him dead. Now she comes up behind Natasha, the attractive brunette terrorist (Deirdre Imershein) who has been guarding the hostages and ruthlessly shoots her in the back, and frees the hostages. A previous flashback of Carrie shooting a handgun with her husband shows her to be an expert shot. This flashback also takes the liberty of showing her second sex scene; the first is early on in the film which shows her naked in the shower and then in bed with her husband. Her other physical skills -in combat- are still to be revealed.
Now Gordon is being physically beaten up by a terrorist who is expert in hand-to-hand combat but is finally rescued by his wife who shoots the oiled and muscular fellow.
Fairfax finally finds the device, kills his right hand man Jacques and heads for the roof, hoping to coerce Carrie at gunpoint into flying him out. However he has not bargained on Gordon also being there (Gordon also has the young boy in tow) and in the hurried exchanges, Gordon is shot in the shoulder and Carrie knocks the gun from his hand and engages Fairfax in some swift kicks and punches which ends with Fairfax falling from the 86-story skyscraper to the street below.
There is somewhat of a happy ending as we see the young boy reunited with his blonde mother who has not been killed by the shot and an injured Carrie and her husband also enter the ambulance.
Warning: This Movie is graphic in nature. 18+