Posted on 11/24/12 06:07 AM
You have now boarded. This is not a film but an exercise in script writing. Insure a plot that "flies" from no where, entertains and exceeds your expectations not because it's a genre film but because it is just plain good narrative story telling turned upside down, or inverted.
"Whip" is a character born of reality. Not a character you look up too but a character you enjoy because of his honesty even in lies. The crash sequence of this movie is first rate. Not CGI over kill just plain set design and flipping people over. The old fashion way. Watch any of the Airport movies for reference. When we all board a plane, a of sense of fun and scary fills us. This experience happens when you buy ticket and board this screen writers journey.
The difference from a good movie that gets a 90+ on Tomatoes and one that gets a 77, is one was expected to be good and no one at Rotten-tomatoes can admit when they are wrong. Then when one you watch is which unexpectedly entertains you give a "fresh" rating. This movie deserves at a full throttle rating of 90+ and never, never lets up. Not that "Bond" film which is average at best.
Take your seat, buckle up and the director will turn off your safety belt light and let the unexpected to dare to enter a main stream movie.
Atrocity loves those little whisky bottles - Two more 'stewardess', ahh I mean flight attendant that is so hot she burns your retinas off your movie going heads and your "stupid" I-phones and pads and other I-shitty Apple products.