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½ January 17, 2016
Weak, unfunny rip off of Police Academy. The R rating comes from some nude scenes that had me reaching for the fast forward button.
½ December 15, 2015
Police Academy-style film with group of rejects entering Stewardess School with predictable results. Prepare for some air sickness as the comedy efforts barely take flight. Sherman Helmsley adds a small role as a blind passenger.
½ October 27, 2012
I would guess that the percentage of people who like this film would be roughly equal to those who consider airline food fine dining. Film isn't nearly as hot to trot as the box suggests and most jokes miss the mark.
April 24, 2011
"Stewardess School" stars some recognizable actors in an all-round bad movie. Don Most was best known for playing Ralph Malph on "Happy Days" and Julia Montgomery was known for "Revenge of the Nerds." Brett Cullen is the only one who salvaged his career after this stinker, going on to star in "Lost" for several seasons. It's a typical '80s comedy: loser guys figure out how to hook up with hot chicks with hijinks to follow. This premise was done much better in 1985's "Private Resort." In a post 9/11 America, the movie's sour notes are just that much more flat.
August 10, 2010
This movie is a riot. But it's a really bad movie.

I say "Rent it", but with the caveat that you should not have high expectations. Fine art, this is not.

Following the antics of an oddball group which is reminicent of the group of goofballs in the Police Academy franchise, you are faced with rude passengers, uppity stereotypes, and a little boy who doesn't want his nuts crushed. Keep in mind that the Police Academy characters look downright COMPETENT compared to the characters you will find in Stewardess School.
½ February 1, 2010
Stewardess School is a 1986 American comedy film starring Brett Cullen and Don Most & Directed by Ken Blancato. When frat boys Philo (Cullen) and George (Most) fail at becoming pilots, the duo decides to join Weidermeyer Academy, one of top stewardess schools in the country. During training, the guys encounter a group of misfits who run the gamut of quirkiness. The group end up bonding and they're all sent to the seedy Stromboli Airlines for their final test. During the cross country flight, which is filled with blind passengers, the group encounters a Mad Bomber (Rosenberg) who intends to blow up the plane. After the pilots get gassed by the bomber, it's up to the students to save the day.
½ June 7, 2009
I would guess that the percentage of people who like this film would be roughly equal to those who consider airline food fine dining. Film isn't nearly as hot to trot as the box suggests and most jokes miss the mark.
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