Watch Flight Movie Online Streaming Free in HDIn this action-packed mystery thriller, Academy Award winner, Denzel Washington stars as Whip Whitaker, a seasoned airline pilot, who miraculously crash lands his plane after a mid-air catastrophe, saving nearly every soul on board. After the crash, Whip is hailed as a hero, but as more is learned, more questions than answers arise as to who or what was really at fault and what really happened on that plane? -- (C) Official Site R. If You Want to Watch Flight Movie Streaming Without Downloading HERE
Release Date Flight Nov 2, 2012 Wide
|Flight Movie Genre: Drama|
Flight Movie Synopsis
|An airline pilot saves a flight from crashing, but an investigation into the malfunctions reveals something troubling.|
|Total Vote User Flight : 36,608 Visitor|
|User Rating Flight : 3.8|
|User Percentage For Flight : 77 %|
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|All Critics Rating For Flight : 7.1|
|All Critics Count For Flight : 177|
|All Critics Percentage For Flight : 77 %|
Cast For Flight
|Denzel Washington,Don Cheadle,John Goodman,Melissa Leo,Nadine Velazquez,Carter Cabassa,Tamara Tunie,Brian Geraghty,Kelly Reilly,Bruce Greenwood|
Review For Flight
|At a certain point, great actors want to show us the truth of something that may be far from their lives but that somehow they understand, intimately, all too well. |
David Denby-New Yorker
Flight is a well-made motion picture, but not a fun or entertaining one.
Denzel Washington gives one of his most nuanced and impressive performances.
Richard Roeper-Richard Roeper.com
This is Washington's movie from beginning to end, and full of little layers.
Stephen Whitty-Newark Star-Ledger
An old-fashioned drama and all the better for it.
Lisa Kennedy-Denver Post
A straightforward morality play crossed with a pretty good nail-biter.
Peter Rainer-Christian Science Monitor
A welcome return to live-action filmmaking for Zemeckis, who hasn't lost his knack for a brilliant shot or for extracting great performances.
Chris Hewitt (UK)-Empire Magazine
As each new chapter of Flight unfolds, you expect it to take a turn toward the generic and schmaltz. Thankfully Zemeckis, Gatins and Washington don't let up this liberating free-fall to rock-bottom.
Blake Howard-2UE That Movie Show
While this is not based on a single true story, it draws on many true stories .. and the authentic profile devised for Whip Whittaker (Washington) rings true
Louise Keller-Urban Cinefile
Washington's layered, nuanced take on the anguish and blindly self-destructive spiral of Whittaker is some of the actor's best work.
One of the more sophisticated studio offerings of late.
James Mottram-Total Film
Denzel Washington's one-note character is a prisoner of a one-thought plot.
Kevin A. Ranson-MovieCrypt.com
One would be foolish to expect anything less from one of our great humanitarian mainstream artists.
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
More than anything, the film seeks to capture the anguish of a man trapped - not struggling with, not dealing with, but TRAPPED - by his own vices.
...a stepping stone back to bigger and better things for Zemeckis.
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
Whip (Denzel Washington) is a familiar alcoholic type; not believing he is one and believing that he is in control even when he's hammering himself into stupors each night.
Flight flags when it defers to the more conventional elements of an addiction drama, but Denzel Washington's rousing portrayal gives the picture the fuel to succeed.
Shaun Munro-What Culture
Despite a strong lead performance from Denzel Washington, the uneven redemption tale stumbles down the stretch and ultimately fails to soar.
This may be the most heavy-duty, and finest, Oscar-worthy performance yet from Denzel Washington.
Linda Cook-KWQC-TV (Iowa)
Denzel Washington's performance as an alcoholic in denial is worthy of awards, including an Oscar.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope
As excerpted in the trailer, the harrowing crash sequence suggests a revamp of the disaster genre. But this is more 'The Lost Weekend' than 'Airport,' with a spiritual emphasis typical of such past Zemeckis films as 'Cast Away' and 'Contact.'
John Beifuss-Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
As A-list substance-abuse melodramas go, this one lands safely enough.
Jay Antani-Cinema Writer
Washington and Zemeckis should be shoo-ins for Oscar nominations. Washington comes as close as an actor can to sabotaging audience allegiance. It's one gutsy turn.
A rich portrait of early-21st-century America, for better or worse.
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express
Compelling story about the curse of addiction.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
a story about the question of redemption--not just whether the protagonist-in-crisis can be redeemed, but whether we want him to be redeemed, at least in the manner that is most likely to result in true justice
James Kendrick-Q Network Film Desk