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|Denzel Washington||Whip Whitaker|
|Don Cheadle||Hugh Lang|
|John Goodman||Harling Mays|
|Bruce Greenwood||Charlie Anderson|
|Melissa Leo||Ellen Block|
|Brian Geraghty||Ken Evans|
|Tamara Tunie||Margaret Thomason|
|Peter Gerety||Avington Carr|
|Nadine Velazquez||Katerina Marquez|
|Carter Cabassa||Son on Plane|
|Adam Ciesielski||Father on Plane|
|Charlie E. Schmidt Jr.||Tiki Pot|
|Boni Yanagisawa||Camelia Satou|
|Dane Davenport||Derek Hogue|
|John Crow||Field Reporter|
|E. Roger Mitchell||Craig Matson|
|Ravi Kapoor||Dr. Kenan|
|Jill Jane Clements||Morning Nurse|
|Tommy Kane||Mark Mellon|
|James Badge Dale||Gaunt Young Man|
|Rev. Charles Z. Gardner||Pentecostal Minister|
|Tom Nowicki||Len Caldwell|
|Jason Benjamin||Carr's Business Guy, Stalking Reporter|
|Ric Reitz||Carr's Attorney|
|Timothy James Adams||Whip's Dad|
|Darius Woods||Young Will|
|Dylan Kussman||Two Beer Barry|
|Bethany Ann Lind||Vicky Evans|
|Sharon Blackwood||Peach Tree Employee|
|Pam Smith||Peach Tree Employee|
|Shannon Walshe||Tilda Banden|
|Rhoda Griffis||Amanda Anderson|
|Michael Beasley||Officer Edmonds|
|Ted Hall||TV Reporter|
|Laila Pruitt||Girl on Elevator|
|Precious Bright||Mom on Elevator|
|Steve Coulter||NTSB Officer at Hearing|
|Ted Huckabee||Prison Guard|
|Robert Zemeckis||Director, Producer|
|Danny Brown||Set Decoration/Design|
|Kenny Chan||Associate Producer|
|Nelson Coates||Production Designer|
|Louise Frogley||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|William B. Kaplan||Sound Mixer|
|Heather Smith Kelton||Associate Producer|
|Dana Kuznetzkoff||Asst. Director|
|Michael Lantieri||Special Effects Supervisor|
|David S. Lazan||Art Director|
|Cherylanne Martin||Executive Producer|
|Alan Silvestri||Score Composer|
|Randy Thom||Sound/Sound Designer|
Posted July 8, 2014
This movie is both the highlight of Robert Zemeckis and Denzel Washington. Not since Forrest Gump and Malcolm X, respecively, have these two shown their absolute talent. Washington's portrayal of a broken, alcoholic man supersedes all others, going back to maybe Ray Milland in Billy Wilder's "The Lost Weekend" (1945). This is the role Washington was made to play, which many audience members could miss if perusing his filmography with hits like "Man on Fire" or "Training Day." In this film he gives it his all, and the talent shows. He is also supported by a remarkable cast made up of John Goodman, Kelly Reilly, Don Cheadle, Bruce Greenwood, and others, who give some of their best performances as well. Zemeckis squeezed all the talent he could out of these actors to give us this whole portrayal of a man on the edge of life, one drink (or fifty) from falling to his death. A must-see for anyone who wants to say he/she likes good movies.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 21, 2013
Good morning would need to tell me if this movie has subtitles in Spanish or if it is dubbed into Spanish.
Many thanks Sincerely Clauret P.
Posted February 12, 2013
I liked this movie, albeit, a story about a very flawed man with a drug and alcohol addition, in a job that has the public trust...a commercial ariline pilot.
I would have given this movie more stars, because of Denzel Washington's acting. He is a very good actor. However, I am so sick and tired of Hollywood writers using the F***word in every script.
What ever happened the English language??? Has the writers association forgot to supply their writers with a thesaurus? The F*** word has been around forever, but screem writers of the 40's and 50's were able to convey all the human emotions without relying on this crutch word.
Posted February 10, 2013
This was a very good movie, directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Denzel Washington. Mr. Washington played a flawed man to the
hilt. He was believable and for some reason likable. You cannot get a good sense of how this movie flows from the commercials. Its really
not the type of movie you might think from seeing the trailers.
I would highly recommend it and give the movie 4.5 stars.
Posted December 1, 2013
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Posted February 13, 2013
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