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Up in the Air

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Vyras, Metacritic
23 July 2013
  • Summary: How is this movie so well liked? George Clooney and Vera Farmiga's characters are just completey unlikable and the story almost literally goes nowhere. The most interesting character was Zach Galifianakis' character who appears for less then a minute.
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MegWhiteley, Metacritic
16 March 2012
  • Summary: One of my favorite films ever, is amazing, incedible, emotive. And the better... the cast, Anna Kendrick, Vera Farmiga, George Clooney, are amazing. The story can be sad, but the film is fantastic. Up in the Air is a classic.
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grandpajoe6191, Metacritic
15 September 2011
  • Summary: What "Up in the Air" wants us to do is not to watch in boredom equipped with popcorn, but to understand the emotion and the characters the movie has to present to us.
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Guydowood, blu-ray.com
30 May 2011
  • Excerpt: Up in the Air is a interesting little film that stars George Clooney, Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick. It's a mix of the life of a jet setting business man who happens to fire people for a living and who has mastered a plan to reach the mile high club of frequent flyer miles. The woman he eventually meets and has some intimate relations with turns into an interesting result and the "new" girl who is full of ideas for how the company can save money in the modern economy...
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smijatov, Metacritic
25 December 2010
  • Summary: A really entertaining, good film that definitely make you wonder about the American lifestyle and how good and rewarding (or unrewarding) it actually is. With great direction, screenplay and some really good performances, "Up in the Air" manages to make one laugh as well as feel the desperation of Clooney's character. Definitely a film worth watching!
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txrangersfan72, Metacritic
19 September 2010
  • Summary: One of the best new movies I've seen in a long time. It met all my expectations. With the charm and comedic sensibilities of Broadcast News, the brutal realism of Glengarry Glen Ross and the humanity of Planes, Trains and Automobiles, this movie is a must-see.
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RONGIU, Metacritic
18 September 2010
  • Summary: Sorry for the traslation, is mechanical. Sense of belonging. There is a man who can rightfully share the record with the eagle winged space. This man is accustomed to "take flight". What can it mean, "take flight". Travel with your mind? Going straight down the stairs? Seek freedom? Or ... escape, disappear, vanish? Or maybe, and why not, a call to the enterprise? I try to proceed in an orderly and point my eye, but not random gossip on a man.
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MPVahalik, Metacritic
7 September 2010
  • Summary: Great movie. I was really pulling for Clooney to win the Oscar but I guess Jeff Bridges finally deserved one. I was pleasantly surprised by Anna Kendrick's performance. I had no idea that anyone from Twilight could actually act but she did a great job. In a way this was a very sad but real movie.
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shlugalug, Metacritic
2 September 2010
  • Summary: Generally funny, and heartwarming. Up in the Air proves to be Jason Reitman's best since Juno. George Clooney is brilliant as the cut-throat businessman being grounded by his company, while his co-stars Farmiga and Kendrick are also outstanding. The story was definitely interesting and proves to be one of the best films of last year.
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ryancarroll88, Metacritic
27 August 2010
  • Summary: Jason Reitman's tale of corporate downsizing is bound to strike a chord with moviegoers in our modern recession and was released at the perfect time. However, unlike most topical films, which tend to slide into obscurity after their time in the limelight, I feel 'Up in the Air' will be remembered as a timeless classic which can really reach out to anyone.
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