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El vuelo

El vuelo
El vuelo Rating: 71 out of 100 based on 36 reviews.
Robert Zemeckis dirige “El vuelo (Flight)”, protagonizada por Denzel Washington. Whip Whitaker (Washington), un experimentado piloto, consigue realizar un milagroso aterrizaje forzoso salvando a casi todos los pasajeros. Después del accidente, Whip se convierte en un héroe, pero según se va desarrollando la investigación, van surgiendo muchas preguntas sobre qué pasó exactamente durante el vuelo.
Interpretación
Nadine Velazquez

Katerina Marquez
Denzel Washington

Whip Whitaker
Carter Cabassa

Son on Plane
Adam C. Edwards

Father on Plane (as Adam Ciesielski)
Tamara Tunie

Margaret Thomason
Charlie E. Schmidt

Tiki Pot (as Charlie E. Schmidt Jr.)
Will Sherrod

Schecter
Boni Yanagisawa

Camelia Satou
Dane Davenport

Derek Hogue
John Crow

Field Reporter
Bruce Greenwood

Charlie Anderson
Producción
Director:Robert Zemeckis
Producer:Laurie MacDonald (producer)
Cherylanne Martin (executive producer)
Walter F. Parkes (producer)
Jack Rapke (producer)
Steve Starkey (producer)
Robert Zemeckis (producer)
Heather Kelton (associate producer)
Writer:John Gatins (written by)
Valoraciones de El vuelo
CinemaDope
Commercial airline pilot Whip Whitaker, the protagonist in Robert Zemeckis’s “Flight,” is well-named. There’s a Joe Cocker/“Feelin’ Alright” swagger to his walk, a snap to his every flight-deck command.
MovieCrypt.com
Meet Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington), a second-generation flyboy who spends more time in a bottle than he does asleep, but only barely. After a fateful night of boozing and bedding his unnecessarily naked stewardess Katerina (Nadine Velazquez)...
Leer crítica4 ene 2013
RedEye
Just kidding. For the first time since 2000’s “Cast Away,” Chicago-native director Robert Zemeckis (“Forrest Gump”) returns to the land of the living. Following failed motion-capture experiments “The Polar Express” and “A Christmas Carol,”...
Leer crítica1 nov 2012
MediaMikes
It’s been almost four years since airline pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger landed his crippled jet safely on the Hudson River. Ever since that day, whenever I fly, I always wonder to myself if the pilot flying the plane I’m on could pull that...
Leer crítica2 nov 2012
Fresno Bee
The crash at the beginning of "Flight" -- the most realistic plane disaster ever put to film -- is the kind of on-screen moment that will stick with viewers long after the movie is over.
Leer crítica1 nov 2012
Valoraciones de El vuelo
CinemaDope
Commercial airline pilot Whip Whitaker, the protagonist in Robert Zemeckis’s “Flight,” is well-named. There’s a Joe Cocker/“Feelin’ Alright” swagger to his walk, a snap to his every flight-deck command.
MovieCrypt.com
Meet Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington), a second-generation flyboy who spends more time in a bottle than he does asleep, but only barely. After a fateful night of boozing and bedding his unnecessarily naked stewardess Katerina (Nadine Velazquez)...
Leer crítica4 ene 2013
RedEye
Just kidding. For the first time since 2000’s “Cast Away,” Chicago-native director Robert Zemeckis (“Forrest Gump”) returns to the land of the living. Following failed motion-capture experiments “The Polar Express” and “A Christmas Carol,”...
Leer crítica1 nov 2012
MediaMikes
It’s been almost four years since airline pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger landed his crippled jet safely on the Hudson River. Ever since that day, whenever I fly, I always wonder to myself if the pilot flying the plane I’m on could pull that...
Leer crítica2 nov 2012
Fresno Bee
The crash at the beginning of "Flight" -- the most realistic plane disaster ever put to film -- is the kind of on-screen moment that will stick with viewers long after the movie is over.
Leer crítica1 nov 2012
The A.V. Club
For the opening scene of Flight to have maximum impact, it’s probably best to go in knowing nothing about its protagonist’s profession, which is unfortunately revealed in the film poster, if not the title itself.
Leer crítica1 nov 2012
Movie Web
I don't think it was anywhere near one of the best films I've seen, but I see at as one of those movies that you can't really call a "bad" movie because it's not bad, and I don't see how someone could call it bad.
Leer crítica2 ene 2013
Hollywood
Robert Zemeckis is a blockbuster director at heart. Action has never been an issue for the man behind Back to the Future. When he puts aside the high concept adventures for emotional, human stories — think Forrest Gump or Cast Away — he still goes big.
CinemaBlend.com
In case the pilot of Lost or Robert Zemeckis's Cast Away hadn't already ruined air travel for you, Zemeckis's new film Flight will probably do it. The movie, which is largely a slow-paced drama about a man overcoming his personal demons, opens with...
Aisle Seat
Flight is an addiction drama that manages to include all the usual elements of the genre while still finding a new context in which to put them. This is the first live-action film from director Robert Zemeckis in 12 years - Cast Away was the last...
Sacramento News & Review
In what seems like a very expensive public-service announcement brought to you by Alcoholics Anonymous and Christianity, director Robert Zemeckis and screenwriter John Gatins presents Denzel Washington as an airline pilot who manages a plane crash...
Leer crítica1 nov 2012
Cole Smithey
Enjoyable in that Hollywood-popcorn way for which Robert Zemeckis is famous— see “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” skip “Forest Gump” — “Flight” is a drama that would have been better without the director's love of schmaltz. Featuring one of the most...
Leer crítica30 oct 2012
Entertainment Weekly
An airline pilot who saves lives by skillfully crash-landing a malfunctioning passenger jet in the midst of a mechanical catastrophe can be considered a hero. The same pilot, on the same flight, operating with booze and coke in his system must be...
Leer crítica9 nov 2012
CLIPS
On a doomed commercial flight, airline pilot Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) makes a miraculous landing that saves many lives. His status as a hero is short-lived. An investigation reveals that drugs and alcohol were in his bloodstream and could...
Reel Views
Flight is about addiction. In particular, it's about the long spiral that comes between the period when a person begins imbibing too much and when he acknowledges that he no longer has control and needs help.
Leer crítica3 nov 2012
Slant Magazine
Though it's hampered by some formulaic touches (like a false-ringing romance and a final scene too bent on lifting spirits), Flight is one unique, audacious studio movie, kicking off as a star-driven spectacle before whittling itself down to a raw and...
Leer crítica16 oct 2012
Movies.com
Denzel Washington has two Academy Awards. And he probably would not object to receiving a third Academy Award. This doesn't really count as greed, really; it's more like wishing for another giant slice of cake. Cake is awesome. Nobody will think any...
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Throughout Hollywood history, actors who play alcoholics, drug addicts, the mentally ill and the mentally disabled tend to be nominated for awards. Such troubled, award-bait characters make juicy roles.
Leer crítica4 ene 2013
Eric D. Snider
There’s an unusual moral dilemma at the center of “Flight,” and some hints at exploring how belief in a higher power affects a person’s attitude toward life’s tragedies. But mostly “Flight” is an ordinary drama about addiction and recovery, made...
Washington Post
Just in time for the holiday travel season, “Flight” brings audiences perhaps the most harrowing scenes of a troubled airplane ever committed to film.
Leer crítica2 nov 2012
iHaveNet.com
"Flight" is exciting -- terrific, really -- because in addition to the sophisticated storytelling techniques by which it keeps us hooked, it doesn't drag audience sympathies around by the nose, telling us what to think or how to judge the reckless...
NorthShoreMovies.net
With FLIGHT, director Robert Zemeckis returns from his several year folly of motion-capture animation (including the creepy “The Polar Express” and “Beowulf”) with this solid if formulaic film about an alcoholic spiraling ever downward.
Leer crítica2 nov 2012
New York Post
Don’t expect to be watching “Flight’’ on your next airplane trip. Besides showcasing one of Denzel Washington’s finest performances, it features perhaps the scariest sequence ever set on a stricken commercial aircraft as Washington’s crack pilot miraculou
Leer crítica2 nov 2012
FirstShowing.net
It's been a while since Robert Zemeckis shot actors without motion-capture balls all over their bodies, and the time away is showing. With Flight, the director takes to live action filmmaking for the first time since 2000's Cast Away, a heavy-handed...
Leer crítica2 nov 2012
Laramie Movie Scope
One would think this movie is about the crash of an airliner, but that really isn't a major part of the story. The main story is about the pilot's struggle with alcoholism. The pilot, Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) is an alcoholic in deep denial.
Leer crítica5 nov 2012
St. Petersburg Times
Hard to imagine that Robert Zemeckis' lack-of-character study Flight would be shown on airlines to entertain passengers. This story of an irresponsible, drug-addicted pilot steering a jet through a raging storm to a fatal crash landing would certainly...
Leer crítica1 nov 2012
Kc
Flight ภาพยนตร์ดราม่าที่ถือเป็นการกลับมาทำหนังคนแสดงอีกครั้งของ Robert Zemeckis ที่หันไปทำภาพยนตร์โมชั่นแคปเจอร์อยู่หลายปี (The Polar Express, Beowulf และ A Chirstmas Carol) โดยภาพยนตร์คนแสดงเรื่องสุดท้ายของเขาคือ Cast Away ปี 2000 ซึ่งกลับมาใน Flight...
Leer crítica18 feb 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Denzel Washington shines with his portrayal of Whip Whitaker. The two-time Acadamy Award winner charms the audience as he plays every last aspect of his character to perfection. His performace in this film is all-encompassing.
ABC Radio (Australia)
"It's funny how falling feels like flying - for a little while," country music star Bad Blake (Jeff Bridges) memorably sang in Crazy Heart, the last great movie about the ups and downs of alcoholism.
Leer crítica29 ene 2013
Flicks.co.nz
Twelve years after he disappeared down the CGI motion-capture rabbit hole with films like The Polar Express and Beowulf, uber-director Robert Zemeckis (Back To The Future; Who Framed Roger Rabbit; Forrest Gump) returns to live-action filmmaking with...
Express.co.uk
He’s Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) and he’s blissed-out after a morning pick-me-up of vodka, cocaine and aspirins.
Leer crítica1 feb 2013
Empire
A welcome return to live-action filmmaking for Zemeckis, who hasn’t lost his knack for a brilliant shot or for extracting great performances. It may not exactly be a first-class experience throughout, but there’s nothing wrong with premium economy.
TotalFilm.com
Flight is the sort of ‘adult’ movie Hollywood loves to make.
Leer crítica18 ene 2013
canada.com
Robert Zemeckis knows the value of spectacle. As one of Steven Spielberg's acolytes from the sect of special effects, the Oscar-winning director of Forrest Gump understands how excited we moviegoers get over a mind-blowing montage that resembles a real...
Leer crítica2 nov 2012
Shadows on the Wall
With his first live-action film since Cast Away in 2000, Zemeckis has essentially made a companion piece about another man whose life is changed by a horrific plane crash. But this time he's isolated by substance abuse in a film full of contrived...
Leer crítica9 nov 2012
QNetwork Entertainment
Flight marks the return to live-action drama for director Robert Zemeckis, who has spent the past decade making motion-capture computer-animated films, none of which really worked due to both the limitations of the technology and its tendency to lure...
Interpretación
Nadine Velazquez...Katerina Marquez
Denzel Washington...Whip Whitaker
Carter Cabassa...Son on Plane
Adam C. Edwards...Father on Plane (as Adam Ciesielski)
Tamara Tunie...Margaret Thomason
Brian Geraghty...Ken Evans
Kelly Reilly...Nicole
Conor O'Neill...Kip
Charlie E. Schmidt...Tiki Pot (as Charlie E. Schmidt Jr.)
Will Sherrod...Schecter
Boni Yanagisawa...Camelia Satou
Adam Tomei...Fran
Dane Davenport...Derek Hogue
John Crow...Field Reporter
Bruce Greenwood...Charlie Anderson
Melissa Leo...Ellen Block
James Badge Dale...Gaunt Young Man
Rhoda Griffis...Amanda Anderson
E. Roger Mitchell...Craig Matson
Garcelle Beauvais...Deana
Michael Beasley...Officer Edmonds
Dylan Kussman...Two Beer Barry
Bethany Anne Lind...Vicky Evans
Steve Coulter...NTSB Officer at Hearing
Justin Martin...Will Whitaker Jr.
Ric Reitz...Carr's Attorney
Philip Pavel...Bartender
Jason Benjamin...Carr's Business Guy / Stalking Reporter
Ted Huckabee...Prison Guard
Sharon Blackwood...Peach Tree Employee
Tommy Kane...Mark Mellon
Ravi Kapoor...Dr. Kenan
Susie Spear Purcell...Waitress (as Susie Spear)
Piers Morgan...Himself
Jim Tilmon...Himself
Charles Z. Gardner...Pentecoastal Minister (as Reverend Charles Z. Gardner)
Peter Gerety...Avington Carr
Tom Nowicki...Len Caldwell
Darius Woods...Young Will
Ron Caldwell...Trevor
Shannon Walshe...Tilda Banden
Ted Hall...TV Reporter
Laila Pruitt...Girl on Elevator
Precious Bright...Mom on Elevator
Sarah Clark...Radio Talk Show Host (voice)
Vinnie Hasson...Radio Talk Show Host (voice)
Randy Thom...Radio Stock Market Reporter (voice) (as Randall Thom)
Dennis P. Wise...Air Traffic Controller (voice)
Paul Volle...Air Traffic Controller (voice)
Hal Williams...Whip's Dad (voice)
Kwesi Boakye...Young Will (voice)
Timothy Adams...Whip's Dad
Pam Smith...Peach Tree Employee
Jill Jane Clements...Morning Nurse
Janet Metzger...Sheila
John Goodman...Harling Mays
Travis Pressley...Inmate (uncredited)
Gerald Duckworth...Whit's Sober Friend (uncredited)
Jacqueline Marie Zwick...TV Reporter (uncredited)
Brian F. Durkin...Young Cop (uncredited)
Nicky Buggs...Reader (uncredited)
Jackson Walker...Passenger (uncredited)
Joel Rogers...Senior FBI Agent (uncredited)
Cabrenna H Burks...Hospital Patient Visitor (uncredited)
Tara Jones...Reporter (uncredited)
Candace Blanchard...Reporter #7 (uncredited)
L. Stephanie Ray...NTSB Hearing Democrat (uncredited)
Miles Mussenden...Passenger (uncredited)
Harley Shellhammer...Pilot (uncredited)
Kevin Michael Murphy...Passenger #7 (uncredited)
Tammy Luthi Retzlaff...Photographer (uncredited)
Wayne Webb...Wounded Passenger (uncredited)
Keith Ratchek...Doctor (uncredited)
Al G. Sillah...NTSB Officer (uncredited)
Curtis Gammage...Margaret's Husband (uncredited)
Thomas Elliott...Mike (uncredited)
Anthony B. Harris...Republican at NTSB Hearing (uncredited)
Holly Firfer...Reporter (uncredited)
Todd Maynor...NTSB Agent (uncredited)
Gregory Marshall Smith...Greg / Driver (uncredited)
Jonathan Cook...Waiter (uncredited)
J.T. Seidler...Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
Anisa Johnson...NTSB Hearing Board Member (uncredited)
Sean Nix...FAA Investigator (uncredited)
Amy Wolkis...Airline Passenger (uncredited)
Marie Keefe...Field Reporter (uncredited)
Tony D Sims...Bus Boy (uncredited)
Don Teems...Red Cross Volunteer (uncredited)
Jennifer Olympia Bentley...Naked Girl in Helmet (uncredited)
Miller Carbon...Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
Charles Casey...Hotel Bellman (uncredited)
Alonzo Cook...NTSB Hearing Member (uncredited)
Bradford Haynes...News Reporter (uncredited)
Zack Kibria...NTSB Board Member (uncredited)
Camille Murray...NTSB Attendee (uncredited)
Jermaine Thomas...News Reporter (uncredited)
Anthony W. Allen...Democrat Staff Member (uncredited)
Memi West...Hospital Patron (uncredited)
Christopher Payne...NTSB Hearing Republican (uncredited)
Jon Bailey...FBI Agent (uncredited)
Garrick Parks...Cop (uncredited)
Tara Bond...Reporter (uncredited)
Timothy Scott...Prisoner (uncredited)
Samantha Gillies Cox...NTSB Republican Member (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Robert Zemeckis
Producer:Laurie MacDonald (producer)
Cherylanne Martin (executive producer)
Walter F. Parkes (producer)
Jack Rapke (producer)
Steve Starkey (producer)
Robert Zemeckis (producer)
Heather Kelton (associate producer)
Writer:John Gatins (written by)
Composer:Alan Silvestri
Cinematographer:Don Burgess (director of photography)
Editing:Jeremiah O'Driscoll
Casting:Victoria Burrows
Scot Boland
Production Design:Nelson Coates
Art Director:David Lazan
Set Decorator:James Edward Ferrell Jr.
Costume Design:Louise Frogley
Makeup:Stephanie Barnes (key makeup artist)
Katrina Chevalier (key hair stylist)
Lawrence Davis (hair stylist (uncredited)
Teressa Hill (hair department head)
Quintessence Patterson (makeup artist)
Toby Sells (special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Nikoletta Skarlatos (makeup department head)
Tracey L. Miller-Smith (makeup artist)
Bill Johnson (makeup artist)
Larry M. Cherry (hair stylist: Mr. Washington)
Patrice Coleman (makeup artist)
Carl Fullerton (makeup artist: Mr. Washington)
Susan Ransom (makeup artist)
Dawn Turner (additional hair stylist)
Production Management:Gretel Twombly (production supervisor)
Valerie Flueger Veras (post production executive (uncredited)
Will Sherrod (production supervisor)
Cherylanne Martin (unit production manager)
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