After a plane crash, a young therapist, Claire, is assigned by her mentor to counsel the flight's five survivors. When they share their recollections of the incident -- which some say include an explosion that the airline claims never happened -- Claire is intrigued by Eric, the most secretive of the passengers
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Starring Anne Hathaway and Patrick Wilson
Ok, this movie is good....but you will not believe me at first.
I say that because it takes about an hour plus for the movie to get better.
It's about these passengers that survive a plane crash and then Anne Hathaway is the grief counsler assigned to talk and get the passengers through this tragic incident.
There is one passenger though(Patrick Wilson) that has become "different" since the accident and Anne Hathaway is much intrigued by this. Not to mention the different stories she is getting from the passengers about what happened aboard the plane.
The twist I could see coming and I think you will too when you see what's happening throughout the film. It just takes seemingly forever to get there.
I was angry at first, but after the twist and the realization about what happened on the plane, I thought it was pretty good. I was happy that the film wrapped up everything that happened and gave everything a meaning and purpose that may take you a nights rest to understand but you will appreciate.
Hathaway is easy on the eyes and Wilson does well too. Really all the actors did a great job in this movie.
I give this 3 outta 5 stars just for the lame factor of the first half of the movie.
I would also say go ahead and check this movie out, just stay patient and you will be rewarded.