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Life in Flight (2008)

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While collaborating with an urban designer (Collins), an architect (Wilson) begins to second guess the perfect life he has constructed for himself and his family.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Will
... Catherine
... Pete
Susie Stewart Rubio ... Meg (as Susan Stewart)
... Alex
Mark Setlock ... Sam
... Kate
... Janey
... Kit (as Fred Weller)
... Josh
... Nina
... Pamela
Troy Britton Johnson ... Stewart
Kevin Rosseljong ... Nate (as Kevin Rosselijong)
... Cali
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Will is a rising star in New York City architecture, managing a tough project and negotiating to join an important firm. He rarely smiles. His wife Catherine is on the rise as well, as the social engine of his success. They have a son, about eight. Will hits a bump when he meets Kate, a designer of smaller spaces whose work Will has seen (at his son's school). He recommends her for a project, neglects to tell her he's married, and sort of seems available. She falls hard, then meets Catherine and gets a job offer in L.A. Should Will sign with the big firm, go with Catherine on a dream vacation in the Caribbean, and wonder about Kate in L.A.? A flock of birds may hold the answer. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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30 November 2010 (USA)  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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This Ain't No Russian Novel, Baby
Written by Dred Scott
Performed by the Dred Scott Trio, Ben Rubin, bass
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What I hate about Netflix
14 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

Sometimes the movies that show up on Netflix are a gamble. Hadn't heard of Life in Flight, thought I take a chance. Ugh, I lost this bet. I GET the movie, its just poorly done. Cliché story, bad script, cliché characters, overdone sets, overdone costuming. I mean, what the hell was Kate wearing in her opening scene? This movie just tried way to hard. I don't know who financed the movie and I don't know how it got into Tribeca, but the writer-director needs to put this one behind her and focus her filmmaking talents on more substance, less cheese. I admit I didn't watch the whole movie because I couldn't, every second of it was killing me. Let's start with the first scene with Catherine and Will in bed. How can she still be lying in bed if she's that agitated about starting her day. Will notices the look on her face, but puts the moves on her anyway, instead of asking "Hey what's up? Why so stressed?" Why make it that she's a megabitch and him totally clueless in the first scene! It just doesn't work. The obviousness made me want to wretch. Another 17 minutes and I was done. Just awful!


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