Baggage Claim


Her younger sister's wedding fast approaching, single flight attendant Montana Moore Paula Patton racks up thousands of air miles in an attempt to find Mr. Right, and hopefully get engaged before the wedding bells chime.
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Her younger sister's wedding fast approaching, single flight attendant Montana Moore Paula Patton racks up thousands of air miles in an attempt to find Mr. Right, and hopefully get engaged before the wedding bells chime.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Baggage Claim in high definition; Deleted scenes; Behind the scenes with the director; Promotional featurettes: Fly Girls, Wing Men, The Story and Interview with the Cast; Audio commentary with writer/director David E. Talbert
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
Years ago on The Tonight Show, Johnny Carson, after noting how more and more African-American actors were appearing in television commercials, quipped that it was nice to see that black people get hemorrhoids too. That joke pretty much explains David E. Talbert's Baggage Claim, a standard-issue rom-com that could have starred Kate Hudson, Sandra Bullock, or Sandra Oh instead of its actual lead, the appealing Paula Patton, and barely a word of the script would have needed to be changed. Patton plays Montana Moore, a soon-to-be-30-year-old flight attendant who lives in an apartment across the hall from her best friend since high school, William Derek Luke, and his girlfriend Christina Milian. Montana's five-times-married mother Jennifer Lewis is forever haranguing her oldest daughter that she needs to find a man and get married, and the pressure increases even more when her younger sister Sheree Lauren London gets engaged to a well-regarded football player. In order to avoid the humiliation of going stag to her sister's engagement party, Montana sets her sights on finding an eligible bachelor who might make good marriage material; to that end, she gets help from her gay friend Sam Adam Brody and her fat and sassy pal Gail Jill Scott, both of whom are co-workers. It seems that many of the people who work for the airline owe Sam favors, so the three compile a list of Montana's ex-boyfriends and set up a system in which she'll be on any flight they happen to take in the next 30 days. As ludicrous and -- let's just be honest about this -- stupid of a gimmick as this is, an entertaining genre film can withstand an unbelievably unrealistic premise if the characters are smart. Unfortunately, Talbert, who adapted this movie from his own novel, telegraphs the ending so that we're always aware of exactly how this story is going to wrap up. Indeed, the true love of her life is so obvious that the audience grows frustrated with Montana for being clueless for so long. Paula Patton is a talented actress, and here she flashes a great smile and displays an ability to play stock situations with an immediacy that doesn't make you upset that you're watching them, even if she can't elevate the clichés into anything special. The movie clicks along from one predictable story beat to the next, getting a couple of chuckles along the way from Brody and Scott, as well as Taye Diggs as Langston, an ambitious politician who wants to turn Montana into, as one character puts it, the perfect "running mate." The final man Montana arranges a meet-cute with is Quinton, played by the always authoritative Djimon Hounsou, and here the film finally gives her -- and the audience -- a viable option. He doesn't want marriage; he wants to give her a life of carefree globe-trotting. He can bathe her in jewels and they can see the world, and Hounsou is such a commanding screen presence that Montana's desire to take time to think about it seems utterly practical. However, the movie then downshifts for a final act that hits all of the appropriate plot points, before ending with one last mad dash to the airport so she can embrace the man she's chosen. The performers all wring what they can from this lackluster script, but the final result is a dumb if pleasant film that proves that pedestrian rom-coms can happen to any gifted young actress, regardless of race, creed, or color.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/4/2014
  • UPC: 024543886730
  • Original Release: 2013
  • Rating:

  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: 1A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Bonus DVD
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Français
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 60,000

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Paula Patton Montana Moore
Djimon Hounsou , Quinton
Derek Luke , William Wright
Taye Diggs , Langston
Jill Scott , Gail
Boris Kodjoe , Graham
Adam Brody , Sam
Tremaine 'Trey Songz' Neverson Damon Diesel
Trey Songz
Tia Mowry , Janine
La La Anthony , Tanya
Jennifer Lewis Catherine
Lauren London Sheree
Christina Milian Taylor
Rickey Smiley Calvin
Thomas Miles Frankie
Ned Beatty Mr. Donaldson
Sandra Beatty Mrs. Donaldson
Terrence J Fiance
Affion Crockett Cedric
Lyn Sisson-Talbert Graham's Wife
Tara Batesole Gate Attendant #2
Magda Harout Weisha
Jazmyn Simon Underground Club Hostess
Gregory Vahanian Concierge
Tyler Lepley Curtis
Diondre Jones Bellman
Dillon Wayne Airport Guy
Tyler Garnett Airport Guy's Boyfriend
Juliannah Richmond Gate Attendant #1
Bill Lee Brown Georgetown Waiter
Antonio Gomez Counter Guy
Madison Juicy
Technical Credits
David E. Talbert Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Walter Anderson Sound Mixer
Christopher Bryson Asst. Director
Mitchell Dubin Camera Operator
Lolita Files Associate Producer
Chris Hazzard Co-producer
Bo Johnson Art Director
Maya Lieberman Costumes/Costume Designer
Dina Lipton Production Designer
Betsy Magruder Asst. Director
Julia Michels Musical Direction/Supervision
Anastas Michos Cinematographer
Liz Ryan Asst. Director
Leslie Segar Choreography
Lyn Sisson-Talbert Executive Producer
Troy T. Takaki Editor
Steven J. Wolfe Producer
Dionne Wynn Makeup
Aaron Zigman Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Baggage Claim
1. Scene 1
2. Scene 2
3. Scene 3
4. Scene 4
5. Scene 5
6. Scene 6
7. Scene 7
8. Scene 8
9. Scene 9
10. Scene 10
11. Scene 11
12. Scene 12
13. Scene 13
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15. Scene 15
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17. Scene 17
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19. Scene 19
20. Scene 20
21. Scene 21
22. Scene 22
23. Scene 23
24. Scene 24
25. Scene 25
26. Scene 26
27. Scene 27
28. Scene 28
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Disc #1 -- Baggage Claim
   Set Up
         English Dolby Digital 5.1
         English Descriptive Audio 5.1
         Español Surround Dolby Digital 2.0
         Français Surround Dolby Digital 2.0
         Audio Commentary with David E. Talbert
         English for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
         Subtitles: Off
      Promotional Featurettes
         Fly Girls
         Wing Men
         The Story
      Audio Commentary with David E. Talbert
      Theatrical Trailer
      Sneak Peek
         Play All
         The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
         The Blu-ray Experience
         Enough Said
         12 Years a Slave
         Romeo & Juliet
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