Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant

Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant

Comedy - A self-anointed 'renegade' male flight attendant must save the day when the airline he works for tries to eliminate flight attendants as a cost-cutting measure. - Stanley Tucci, Rebecca Romijn, Jayma Mays

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Cynthia S (kr) wrote: Not my cup of tea...

Arun D (fr) wrote: Watch Sunday only if you have nothing else to do on Sunday

Kjetil A (jp) wrote: Kristenfilm som kjeder mer enn den behager.

Janina B (ag) wrote: Sally Field does an amazing job playing a dying woman - very real. The struggle and pain that the children go through is also well done, though in bits and pieces. The movie is accurate to what happens in real life.

Jeffrey M (br) wrote: A great sceince fiction film with a lot of action. Michael Pare stars as a man sent to investigate a plot within a company. A great cast in the film.

Jesse O (jp) wrote: This is a fun, and affectionate, tribute to a wide variety of genres. 50s alien invasion films is probably the most prominent genre that is paid tribute. There's also a tribute to famous horror film directors of the era as several of the characters' names are inspired by horror filmmakers. George Romero, Sam Raimi, David Cronenberg, John Landis, James Cameron, Steve Miner, Tobe Hooper, John Carpenter, among others. So this was clearly made by someone who knew, and loved, the horror and sci-fi genre and I think it definitely shows in the final product. I don't think it was a perfect film, but it's definitely a movie that I had a lot of fun watching. It's got every B-movie cliche you can possibly think of. I think Fred Dekker must have been clairvoyant, because this film might have the douchiest 80s douchebag I've ever seen in a film. The time since this film's release has redefined the word douchebag and, I don't know why, this character comes across as even more of one in this day and age than he probably would've back in the day. This douchebaggery has definitely aged like a fine wine, it's better ow than it was originally. Jason Lively leaves a lot to be desired as an actor, but this is a horror movie so who really gives a shit about acting? With that said, that doesn't mean there aren't a pair memorable performances. Tom Atkins gives a fabulously entertaining performance as this cop haunted by his high school sweetheart's brutal murder. It's goofy and tongue-in-cheek and, by my estimation, Tom Atkins seemed to have a blast doing this role. Steve Marshall as JC, Chris' best friend, is also entertaining here. His quick-witted delivery somewhat reminded me a bit of Robert Downey Jr. Of course, he's not as good as Downey, but he is still entertaining. So yes, this film probably hasn't aged as well as other horror classics, but I definitely think it's something that horror nerds will greatly enjoy thanks to its many references to classics, and even some non-classics like Plan 9 from Outer Space. This is a good movie. It's not as grotesque as some of the 80s best horror films, but I had a lot of fun watching this movie, even with the rating I gave it. Horror nerds will be in heaven here.

Shane S (gb) wrote: A triumph of a film. Scorsese has had a long and distinguished career along with the film's lead Robert de Niro. This movie showcases both of these film legends at their best.It is hard to say what exactly this film is "about". The narrative plot is straightforward enough, it follows the life of a 1940-50s boxer. The movie also explores many of the complex issues of violence against women and the psychological destruction of a man who cannot accept or understand intimacy. The real magic is that these issues are expressed through the warped psychological outbursts of De Niro's character. Everyone around LaMotto can see his problem, his unhealthy obsession and suspicion but he cannot help himself. The film finds its expression through the emotional immaturity of the lead character.LaMotto cannot introspectively evaluate his emotions. His thought process is endlessly fascinating to watch as he warps any act of kindness or love into betrayal and distance. He lacks the emotional maturity or awareness to communicate his frustrations to words. The audience simply watches as any small act or suspicion is a window for him to confirm what he wants most of all, confirmation that his partner is unfaithful and by extension he is, himself, unworthy. His hate is a profound one, not a hate of others or what he attacks, but a hatred of himself. Everyone around him senses it but LaMotto simply cannot.The film delivers the signature eye for detail that made Scorsese famous. The boxing fight scenes are brilliant and brutal. The supporting cast is also excellent.

Logan M (de) wrote: This evocative network news farce has became infamously iconic thanks mostly to Peter Finch's volatile monologues.

Al M (es) wrote: A sort of interesting directorial debut by Lamberto Bava (Mario's son). This movie starts off strongly and ends cool, but it really drags in the middle. The secret becomes rather obvious early on and then the movie just plods along. For better Lamberto Bava, look at A Knife in the Dark or Delirium.

bill s (it) wrote: Un friggin even all over the place mess.

Garry J (nl) wrote: One of the best film villains ever.

Nilufer R (jp) wrote: This movie bored me to death. I don't remember who told me to watch it but I definitely regret the decision. A lame story of a dull gigolo doesn't interest me after all.