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How do you make a terrible movie with Patrick Wilson and Amy Smart, well.. this is a perfect example. That's the problem with first time filmmakers, to much into their art and not the story. This boring was beyond boring, each scene seem to go on forever, i drifted away in a matter of moments, could hang on to this very forgettable and disappointing film.
Comedia romántica con toques dramáticos y de cierta profundidad en cuanto a la reflexión que pretende el narrador de la historia, a partir del relato de la vida perfecta de un hombre "felizmente" casado, con una familia "perfecta", con el trabajo "ideal", hasta que se topa con el verdadero amor y con una metáfora que le cambiará la vida.
Spoiled rich architect realizes in the face of a younger hottie that his bossy wife who doesn't give him sex and the new job he's about to take aren't really the things he wants. End of movie.
Silly dialog, problematic characters, bad performances all wrapped up into one. Horribly miscast movie that had no reason of existence. Lasts only 78 minutes yet it's incredibly boring. No reason to watch, move along.
I found it boring and dry as heck. It came across as just scenes with people acting from the get go. for example, the first scene when they wake up in bed is exactly how the rest of the film is directed and acted. It fails as a film in my opinion. Don't watch it; watch something else with Wilson in it.
The film was so so. Patrick Wilson and Lynn Collins shine in the film. I was surprised at how short the film was. The film reminded me of a movie that Ed Burns would have made. However, if Ed would have made this movie, he would have done a better job with it. The ending was a little disappointing since I was expecting it to be different.
This wasn't a complete stinker, actually there were some nice performances here; however the story should have been more fully developed. Just wasn't enough here to fill a full feature film and 1 hr 20 minutes they were stretching it. Sorry - just not enough - this was half baked I'm afraid.
Written and directed by Tracey Hecht, Life In Flight is a powerfully understated drama. Successful New York architect Will (Patrick Wilson) seems to have it all: a charming and driven wife Catherine (Amy Smart), a precocious son and a business set to expand to the next level by merging with a huge firm that is truly a major player. When Will meets Kate (Lynn Collins), a quirky and approachable retail designer, they hit it off on many levels, forcing Will to re-evaluate the path his life has gone.