It's a no-go. View From the Top boasts a first-class cast, but they're all traveling coach. show more
An awkward comedy made surprisingly bearable, most of the way, by one actress' ability to turn on the charm and sparkle. show more
Hollywood's oddest movie in a while, which means that however insignificant this primer in flight-attendant training is, causing boredom isn't one of its transgressions. show more
June 19, 2012 gh00000000125546
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View from the Top is a (supposed) comedy about a smalltown girl who was always told that she was nothing and that she deserved nothing. Instead of doing nothing, however, she instead overcame these setbacks and became a first class, international flight attendant for a leading airline, Royalty Airlines. In the process of serving for the airline, she met the famous retired flight attendant that inspired her to achieve her goals in life, Sally Mason; encountered some difficulties with the people that she thought were her friends; and fell in love with one of her previous flight attendant friends\' boyfriend, Ted. Even though the 2003 comedy scored a 14% on Rotten Tomatoes, I thought that this was an excellent film and a great attestment to the message, \"Don\'t let anything stand in the way of your dreams.\"