Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 78%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 75%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 300,482


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Denzel Washington as Private First Class Peterson
John Goodman as Rodney
Kelly Reilly as Charlotte
Nadine Velazquez as Charlotte Reaves
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900.75 MB
23.976 fps
138 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by areatw 7 / 10 / 10

Very well executed character study

Despite the safe and uninspiring title, 'Flight' is a surprisingly bold film that is unafraid of taking some big risks. This isn't your conventional, heart in mouth disaster thriller and, although it does contain the odd spell of suspense, it's actually more of a laid back drama and character study about a man battling his demons. The action is limited to only the first half an hour or so, after which Denzel Washington's character becomes the focus of the film and the storyline develops into something unexpected, though still enjoyable. As a character study, it's very well executed and never forces one feeling or another about the lead character, allowing the audience to make their own mind up. 'Flight' takes a lot on and not everything is totally clear in parts, but it's definitely worth watching.

Reviewed by SaraSara 6 / 10 / 10

Not sure wtf

Not sure why the f there was a girl named for 3o min while he aimlessly talked on the phone. But it's sad that these actors have resulted to having a cheap girl doing cheap things all the time.. I have no idea what the point of that was . We fast forwarded that whole scene which HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE PLOT. Most likely a trick to get some randy kids to buy tickets.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 6 / 10 / 10

Great acting in a lengthy character drama

FLIGHT is an actor's showcase for the excellent Denzel Washington - one of my favourite stars working today - and a nice change of pace for Robert Zemeckis, a director usually mired in making kid-friendly movies. This one's definitely an adult film, telling the story of Washington's addicted pilot and his efforts to save the lives of his passengers during a disaster. This early sequence is inevitably the greatest in the film and a triumph of special effects and direction. The lengthy story that follows becomes a drawn-out character piece with courtroom scenes, legal battles, and most of all personal battles with the demons of drink and drugs. Washington is superb, which is no surprise, but it is a surprise to see British actress Kelly Reilly - previously best known for fare like EDEN LAKE - equally convincing as a fellow addict. The film is made with stylish and professionalism, and draws to an end in a very satisfying way.

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