View From The Top, Gwyneth Paltrow's gushy airline stewardess fable, should have been declared a no-fly zone and left in the hangar.
Instead, like a wounded mallard duck, this tawdry romantic comedy is trying to take off more than two years after it was first shot. A crash landing is inevitable.
The movie is tired and old -- and now I don't mean the two years of fussing over whether it should have been released. Even though this story is set in the new millennium, View might as well be 50 years old, because it naively and/or stupidly reflects a state of being from another era.
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