20 July 2024


Up In The Air

Here is the final review from Travis McCollum from THE MOVIE ENCLYCLOPEDIA who is like myself a fellow L.A.M.B ( Large Association of  Movie Blogs). I thank Travis once again for sending this review and do check out his blog after you finish treading this review (the rest of review continues at Travis blog)

[rating=5] | Travis McCollum

Hello I am the movie encyclopedia and if no one else will see it, I will.
Once in a while a film will come out that really makes you think. Not in the deep, philosophical way but in a more self-reflective sort of way. A film that asks the question “Who am I and what am I doing with my life?” Maybe for some people they find it in war dramas or films that talk about overcoming adversity but for me that film is Up in the Air.

Up in the Air is the newest film from director Jason Reitman, the man behind some of my favorite films like Juno and Thank You For Smoking. His tongue in cheek satire mixed with great cinematography and perfect pacing makes his films a joy to watch.

source The Movie Encyclopedia

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1 thought on “UP IN THE AIR REVIEW

  1. A well-acted piece about a man’s inability to cope with a world more real than the one he lives. And the screenplay just keeps on getting better and better. Nice review, check out mine when you can!

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