Written October 02, 2014
Same old Denzel movie.Bad Language , drugs and some nudity. Save your money and go see " the life of PI". A much better movie and family friendly!
Written October 28, 2014
Denzel Washington does a fabulous job of playing the alcoholic, drug abusing pilot Whip Whitaker. The director, Robert Zemekis, gives us a heart pounding, high anxiety airplane ride from the turbulent take off to the jaw clenching crash. "Flight" is worth seeing on the big screen. Even though we love Denzel Washington, it is hard to watch him as such a self abusive & tragic character. Don Cheadle does a wonderful job playing the slick attorney trying to spin evidence and bury the damning drug test against Whip Whitaker. But it was John Goodman's amazing portrayal of Whip's drug dealer that actually brings some unexpected, but much needed, comic relief to this very intense film. The fact that John Goodman made a scummy drug dealer into someone the audience wanted to applaud when he arrived on the scene is truly genius! Even though there's a lot of melodrama and some parts of "Flight" that don't really come together, Denzel Washington does a great job!
Written November 04, 2012
I truly enjoyed this movie and despite it's over two hour running time it flew (no pun intended) by as it kept me glued to the story line. Most entertaining, provocative and enjoyable. I thought the cast was not only highly talented but perfect for their parts. Special effects and sound was awesome.
Written September 21, 2014
Had some funny moments but overall this was a sad commentary on addiction to alcohol.
One of Denzel Washington best performances. A MUST see for anyone that struggle with addiction or has family members that struggle.
Language and nudity not appropriate for kids.
Written November 08, 2012
One of the best movies I've seen in my entire life. Characters compelling and quite sympathetic. Slightly discombobulated in a couple of spots but this doesn't damage it one bit. It soars into the deepest confines of human emotion, normally not accurately portrayed on screen. Not for kids under 17. Can't wait to see it again.