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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 19% · 31 reviews
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IMDb Rating 5.8/10 10 39034 39K

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Anne Hathaway as Claire
Dianne Wiest as Toni
Clea DuVall as Shannon
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English 2.0
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1 hr 32 min
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1 hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blanche-2 8 / 10

Maybe it was just my mood...

...but I was very affected by this film. It was inspired by another film, but I can't give you the name as it will spoil the movie for you. You'll know if you watch it.

Anne Hathaway is Claire, a counselor who is assigned by her boss (Andre Braugher) to help survivors of a plane crash. One of the survivors, Eric, seems not to have been bothered at all, but he makes an appointment to see Claire privately. For the others, she sets up a group therapy session.

We see Claire as a dedicated career woman with a nosy neighbor (Dianne Weist), and she seems to be on the outs with her sister, whom she is trying to reach. Eric proves to be problematic. Since the accident, he's become quite the daredevil and encouraging her to be the same way; he shows up at her apartment late at night; and she's falling for him.

Less and less people show up to the therapy sessions, and Claire wonders about the man hovering outside during the sessions, who seems to be from the airline. She begins to suspect a conspiracy - he is too interested in peoples' accounts of the crash, which differ from the party line, and she thinks he may have something to do with the passengers disappearing.

This is a slow film, but stay with it. It's quite powerful. Anne Hathaway gives a lovely performance as Claire, and Patrick Wilson is effective and likable as Eric, resembling a young Paul Newman.

I admit I shed some tears. Don't listen to the twenty-something year-old guys who populate IMDb (unless you're one yourself; then by all means, listen to them). Just enjoy the movie.

Reviewed by Hitchcoc 7 / 10


Though this film rambles a bit, I did find myself falling for the mystery that underlies it. Suffice it to say, we are pulled into this strange film and are made to choose sides in what seems like a basic airline conspiracy film. Anne Hathaway's young woman seems ill cut out for her job. If I were one of her clients, I would quickly lose confidence. Nevertheless, if we accept her for what she does, it doesn't take long to fall headlong into the series of events. She has been given the job of counseling a small group of survivors of a plane crash. In the process, she becomes intimately involved with a man who seems, for the most part, to take his survival as a rebirth. She struggles with her professional ethics, but gets closer and closer. I can't say I disliked the conclusion to the film and I won't spoil it for anyone, but there are a lot of questions one could ask about how all this came together.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 4 / 10

Early promise fades

Claire Summers (Anne Hathaway) is a young therapist assigned by her mentor Perry (Andre Braugher) to counsel the five survivors of a horrendous plane crash with 109 on board. Eric Clark (Patrick Wilson) is feeling a little too good. Shannon (Clea DuVall), Dean (Ryan Robbins), Janice (Chelah Horsdal) and Norman (Don Thompson) have varying recollections including an explosion. Mr. Arkin (David Morse) is from the airlines who insists it's pilot's error and not an explosion. Toni (Dianne Wiest) is her nosy neighbor. Eric is having nightmares and tells Claire to contact her sister Emma who he should not know about. Claire is fascinated with him. The survivors start disappearing. She starts falling for Eric.

There is murky moody mystery with supernatural undertones in this that is sort of interesting. The early promise slows down to a crawl as the movie turns to the romantic angle. I just lose the general direction of the movie. It doesn't build on the early tension. The sense of paranoia doesn't get raised. Director Rodrigo García simply fails to ramp up the movie. There is no excuse with so many great compelling actors around. Then the last 30 minutes try to re-engage but it culminates in an unsatisfying ending that is done way too much anyways.

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