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- Genre: Drama | Thriller
- Release Date: 2 November 2012 (USA)
- Runtime: 138 min
- Filming Location: Atlanta First United Methodist Church – 360 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- Budget: $31,000,000 (estimated)
- Gross: $93,749,203 (USA) (8 February 2013)
- Director: Robert Zemeckis
- Stars: Denzel Washington, Nadine Velazquez, Don Cheadle |See full cast & crew »
- Original Music By: Alan Silvestri
- Soundtrack: Under the Bridge
- Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
- Plot Keyword: Flight | Airline | Pilot | Alcohol | Blood
Flight (2012) Writing Credits By:
- John Gatins (written by)
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Flight (2012) Known Trivia
- The accident in the film was inspired by a real-life disaster, the crash of Alaska Airlines 261 on January 31, 2000. Flight 2012 Some dialog in the film closely resembles the CVR transcript. Flight 2012 Like in the film, the pilots of Alaska 261 rolled the airplane to an inverted position to try to stabilize the flight. Flight 2012 Unlike the film, however, this did not assist them in recovering the aircraft. Flight 2012 The root cause of the crash was found to be inadequate maintenance of the airplane’s stabilizer “jackscrew,” which caused its treads to wear down excessively and eventually jam the jackscrew. Flight 2012 While the pilots were trying to reach Los Angeles for an emergency landing, the treads were ripped out and the stabilizer moved to a position that forced the plane into its fatal dive. Flight 2012 304 of 308 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- The script was first optioned by Denzel Washington’s then agent Ed Limato, who had been kicking it around Hollywood for several months until Washington showed interest. Flight 2012 However, in order to get the film made with the studio’s modest take-it-or-leave-it $28m budget, Washington and director Robert Zemeckis accepted a reported tenth of their usual salaries. Flight 2012 88 of 88 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- Director Robert Zemeckis is a pilot himself. Flight 2012 107 of 108 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- Denzel Washington’s first Oscar-nominated role in over ten years. Flight 2012 His last Oscar-nominated role was for Training Day (2001). Flight 2012 124 of 127 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- According to Denzel Washington, neither the AA meeting nor the prison scene were in the original screenplay. Flight 2012 40 of 40 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- According to Denzel Washington, American company Delta Airlines granted the production team access to their official flight simulator, in order to learn some of the most common maneuvers pilots have to master in order to fly a commercial plane. Flight 2012 77 of 79 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- Writer John Gatins was inspired by a pilot who happened to be a fellow passenger on a flight. Flight 2012 The pilot went on about his family life and issues, which gave Gatins pause and made him realize that whenever he is on a plane, he has to entrust himself to a stranger, who is only human, after all. Flight 2012 56 of 57 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- According to producers Steve Starkey and Jack Rapke (during a Q&A session with the Producers’ Guild on October 18th, 2012), the primary airplane in the film is a pastiche of several existing commercial airliners, so as to not ID a particular plane or airline in the film. Flight 2012 Also, no promotional consideration was paid by any of the alcohol brands featured in the movie; they decided to feature beer, wine and hard liquor brands for one shot only so as not to “endorse” any of them. Flight 2012 72 of 74 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- It took writer John Gatins ten years to finish the screenplay. Flight 2012 53 of 54 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
- In real life, Denzel Washington rarely drinks, and during an interview promoting the film, he claimed he would never play a role genuinely drunk, as the results he has seen have been invariably embarrassing. Flight 2012 35 of 35 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
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Goofs: Factual errors: During the moments just before the crash, the First Officer extinguishes the engine fires by pulling so called T-handles. Flight 2012 When a T-handle is pulled it activates the fire extinguisher, but also it cuts off the fuel flow to deprive the fire of it. Flight 2012 In the movie the engines are seen operating after the T-handles are pulled.
Flight (2012) Plot: An airline pilot saves almost all his passengers on his malfunctioning airliner which eventually crashed, but an investigation into the accident reveals something troubling. Flight 2012 Full summary » »
Flight (2012) Story: Whip Whitaker is a commuter airline pilot. Flight 2012 While on a flight from Orlando to Atlanta something goes wrong and the plane starts to fly erratically. Flight 2012 With little choice Whip crashes the plane and saves almost all on board. Flight 2012 When he wakes up in the hospital, his friend from the airline union introduces him to a lawyer who tells him there’s a chance he could face criminal charges because his blood test reveals that he was intoxicated with alcohol and cocaine. Flight 2012 He denies being impaired, so while an investigation is underway, he is told to keep his act together. Flight 2012 However, letting go of his addiction is not as easy as it seems… Flight 2012 Written byImmanuel Ambhara
Flight (2012) Synopsis: In the opening scene in a hotel room, Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) wakes up before it’s time to take off on a new flight, after an evening of drinking, drugs and sex with one of his plane’s flight attendants, Katerina Marquez (Nadine Velazquez) who crawls out of his bed to get dressed. Flight 2012 Still trying to rouse himself from his hangover, his phone rings, and he answers a call from his ex-wife Deana (Garcelle Beauvais). Flight 2012 Deana wants to discuss putting their son through a private school, but Whip doesn’t want to discuss it at the moment, claiming he’ll talk to her about it when he gets back to Atlanta.
While Katerina quickly heads off to the airport to prepare, Whip is unable to collect himself until he snorts a line of cocaine. Flight 2012 This wakes him up, and he is next headed to the airport, where rain pounds the building and the airplanes. Flight 2012 Whip does a quick inspection of the airplane and then boards it speaking with a flight attendant named Margaret (Tamara Tunie), and meeting his co-pilot Ken Evans (Brian Geraghty).
Ken seems a little apprehensive of Whip (who is wearing sunglasses and takes a hit from his oxygen mask), but goes along with his story that he’s alright to fly. Flight 2012 The plane takes off through rain, and Whip pushes it higher and faster, attempting to find a break in the clouds, causing the ride to be turbulent. Flight 2012 However, once Whip finds a break in the storm, the plane stabilizes, and the passengers applaud.
Shortly after takeoff, Whip addresses the passengers personally, while secretly pouring three mini-vodka bottles into a bottle of orange juice. Flight 2012 After disposing of the bottles, Whip returns to the cockpit, and naps after turning control of the plane over to Ken.
On the ground, in a small town in Georgia, a prostitute, Nicole (Kelly Reilly), leaves a hotel after a night with a client and calls her drug connection from her cell phone. Flight 2012 She shows up at the guy’s place, where a porno film is being shot and buys a small quantity of heroin from him; he warns her not to shoot too much because it hasn’t been cut properly. Flight 2012 He also asks her to play a part in the movie but she refuses and leaves. Flight 2012 At home she finds her sleazy complex manager in her apartment. Flight 2012 The two argue over her unpaid rent and he propositions her sexually. Flight 2012 She coaxes him out the door and slams it in his face. Flight 2012 Spotting a hypodermic needle in her things, she takes a hit of the drugs she bought from her connection and passes out from an overdose.
Meanwhile, a sudden jolt stirs Whip as the plane suddenly pitches into an uncontrolled dive. Flight 2012 Steering mechanisms don’t respond, and numerous houses can be seen out the window. Flight 2012 Staying relatively calm, Whip has the plane’s fuel ditched, before proposing a crazy maneuver: roll the airplane so they’re flying inverted. Flight 2012 One of the stewardesses, Camila, leaves her seat to aid some of the passengers and is pitched onto the ceiling of the cabin when the plane rolls. Flight 2012 A young boy falls out of his seat when the plane rolls over and Katerina unbuckles herself, lifts the boy back into his seat and buckles him in.
With Ken and Margaret’s help, Whip inverts the plane, leveling it out, before rolling it to crash-land on its belly in a field near a small church — the plane’s wing collides with the church’s tower, shearing it off. Flight 2012 The ground impact slams Whip’s head against the steering yoke, knocking him out. Flight 2012 Whip regains consciousness long enough to see himself being dragged out of the plane by the local parishioners and long enough to see Ken is slumped over in his seat, bleeding from his head. Flight 2012 Margaret is also bleeding and screaming. Flight 2012 Katerina’s body also lies near Margaret, presumably dead.
Just before the plane crashes into the church, it flies directly over Nicole’s apartment complex where we see her being taken out on a stretcher.
Whip wakes up in a hospital where he finds his friend Charlie Anderson (Bruce Greenwood) in the room. Flight 2012 Though Charlie claims Whip saved a lot of lives with his maneuver, he tells Whip (off-the-record) that there were six deaths, including Katerina and Camila as well as four passengers.
Shortly afterwards, Whip is visited by an acquaintance of his, Harling Mays (John Goodman). Flight 2012 Harling brings Whip some cigarettes and some extra things, and fields Whip’s request for some clothing and items from his house. Flight 2012 Harling is jovial about the treatment Whip is receiving, saying Whip should demand better medications. Flight 2012 Harling also tells Whip that his heroics during the crash have called the media out to his home and the hospital.
Looking for a place to smoke one evening, Whip goes into a stairwell, where he encounters Nicole. Flight 2012 They are soon joined by a cancer patient named Mark (James Badge Dale). Flight 2012 The cancer patient soon realizes who Whip is, and steers the conversation towards God and if disasters can be prevented or not. Flight 2012 In Mark’s mind, there’s no way to stop things from happening. Flight 2012 To him, he was meant to get cancer, just as much as the three were meant to meet in the stairwell, and Whip was meant to land that plane. Flight 2012 After Mark leaves, Whip tells Nicole that he would like to see her after they are released from the hospital, and she gives him her address.
Eventually, Whip is released, and Harling sneaks him out a back way to avoid the press at the front of the hospital. Flight 2012 Whip has Harling take him to his father’s old farmhouse out in the country, where a small Cessna resides in a nearby garage. Flight 2012 Going through the house, Whip finds all the alcohol stored around the place, and empties it all out. Flight 2012 He also disposes of a small supply of marijuana.
Whip refuses to respond to any of the messages on his phone, but is surprised when Charlie calls him at the farmhouse, leaving a message to meet him after a medical check-up in a few days. Flight 2012 Whip gives into the request, and sits down with Charlie, and Hugh Lang (Don Cheadle), a lawyer from Chicago who has been sent by the pilots union. Flight 2012 Hugh explains that at the crash site, blood was drawn from Whip, indicating he had an elevated blood alcohol level, and cocaine in his system. Flight 2012 The two indicate to Whip that Hugh is going to fight the findings, but that Whip could face charges of manslaughter, and jail time.
Whip does not handle the news well, and heads off to a liquor store afterwards. Flight 2012 He then attempts to find Nicole’s address, and finds her being kicked out of her apartment by the landlord. Flight 2012 Whip manages to help her pay her rent, and seeing as she has nowhere to go (and her car won’t start), offers to let her stay with him.
Over the next few days, Whip continues to avoid the press, but soon realizes that his reputation could be plagued by the others who were around him. Flight 2012 At Katerina’s funeral, he meets Margaret, who claims she could tell that Whip was drunk when she encountered him that morning. Flight 2012 Whip then starts to get personal, claiming that if not for him, she could have ended up dead as well.
In the hospital, his co-pilot Ken explains he hasn’t told the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), who have been investigating the crash, about his suspicions about Whip’s condition at the time. Flight 2012 Even though he may never walk again, Ken and his wife believe that his surviving was a miracle. Flight 2012 The couple is strictly religious and insist that Whip pray with them, which he does reluctantly.
Meanwhile, Nicole has been turning her life around, getting a job, and attending an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Flight 2012 She suggests Whip come along with her, but he is unable to stomach much of the meeting. Flight 2012 Shortly afterwards, Nicole finds Whip working on the Cessna in his father’s garage. Flight 2012 Whip claims that they can fly away and start over, but Nicole refuses his advancements, and Whip (who has been drinking) angrily yells after her as she leaves.
Eventually, Nicole leaves Whip and he grows even more out-of-control with his drinking. Flight 2012 When the press finally find the farmhouse, he drives off and ends up in the neighborhood of his ex-wife and son. Flight 2012 Both demand that he leave, but Whip refuses to listen, causing them to call the police on him.
Needless to say, Charlie and Hugh are incensed at Whip’s behavior, claiming that this does not bode well for their upcoming case with the NTSB. Flight 2012 Even though Hugh has managed to have Whip’s alcohol test thrown out, they still need to have Whip present his side of the story to Ellen Block (Melissa Leo), the investigator for the NTSB.
Whip gives in to their requests to clean up his act, and the evening before the hearing, he is escorted to a hotel room. Flight 2012 A security guard is stationed at the door, and all traces of alcohol have been cleaned out of the mini-fridge in the room. Flight 2012 Whip attempts to relax, but finds himself unable to sleep or even go over the documents that Hugh has prepared for him.
Later on, he hears a thumping sound. Flight 2012 He soon finds it leads to the room adjoining his, where the door has been left unlocked. Flight 2012 In the room he finds a fully-stocked mini-fridge with alcohol. Flight 2012 Whip looks over the contents of the fridge for a short time and even uncaps a bottle of vodka. Flight 2012 He hesitates before downing the bottle, places it on the counter and leaves. Flight 2012 A few moments later, he snatches the bottle.
The next day, Charlie and Hugh show up, but when Whip doesn’t answer the door, they find him passed out in the bathroom with a cut on his head, and empty mini-bottles littering the room. Flight 2012 With the hearing’s time coming closer, they hatch a bold plan. Flight 2012 They call in Harling Mays, who provides Whip with the cocaine he needs to get himself woken up. Flight 2012 After paying off Harling, Whip, Charlie, and Hugh head to the hearing.
During the hearing (with Ellen Block presiding), it is determined that the cause of the plane’s locked dive, was a damaged screw in the tail-section that had not been repaired a few years prior. Flight 2012 This seems to exonerate Whip, but Ellen then brings up the findings of two empty mini-liquor bottles in one of the trash cans near the pilot’s cabin. Flight 2012 Given the blood-test findings (of which Whip’s has been thrown out due to outdated equipment and procedure in drawing his blood), only one other member of the flight crew could have potentially stolen the vodka: Katerina, who has a documented history of alcohol and drug abuse.
When Ellen asks Whip if it’s possible that Katerina drank the vodka, he hesitates before confessing that he drank the vodka. Flight 2012 Charlie and Hugh attempt to quell Whip’s words, but he confesses to his alcohol problems, claiming that he is drunk at the moment, and has taken cocaine.
After the hearing, we segue into a small group in a prison, with Whip among the prisoners. Flight 2012 Whip explains to the others about his confession, and that how it seemed that that moment at the NTSB hearing was his breaking point: he couldn’t tell another lie.
Epilogue. Flight 2012 13 months later.
In his time in prison, Whip has become clean of alcohol, and has gained the trust of his ex-wife and son again. Flight 2012 His son Will soon after comes to visit him, asking to interview him for a report, to find out more about his father, whom it seems has been absent through much of his life.
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- Heather Kelton known as associate producer
- Laurie MacDonald known as producer
- Cherylanne Martin known as executive producer
- Walter F. Flight 2012 Parkes known as producer
- Jack Rapke known as producer
- Steve Starkey known as producer
- Robert Zemeckis known as producer
- Nadine Velazquez known as Katerina Marquez
- Denzel Washington known as Whip Whitaker
- Carter Cabassa known as Son on Plane
- Adam C. Flight 2012 Edwards known as Father on Plane (as Adam Ciesielski)
- Tamara Tunie known as Margaret Thomason
- Brian Geraghty known as Ken Evans
- Kelly Reilly known as Nicole
- Conor O’Neill known as Kip
- Charlie E. Flight 2012 Schmidt known as Tiki Pot (as Charlie E. Flight 2012 Schmidt Jr.)
- Will Sherrod known as Schecter
- Boni Yanagisawa known as Camelia Satou
- Adam Tomei known as Fran
- Dane Davenport known as Derek Hogue
- John Crow known as Field Reporter
- Bruce Greenwood known as Charlie Anderson
- E. Flight 2012 Roger Mitchell known as Craig Matson
- Ravi Kapoor known as Dr. Flight 2012 Kenan
- John Goodman known as Harling Mays
- Jill Jane Clements known as Morning Nurse
- Tommy Kane known as Mark Mellon
- James Badge Dale known as Gaunt Young Man
- Don Cheadle known as Hugh Lang
- Susie Spear Purcell known as Waitress (as Susie Spear)
- Philip Pavel known as Bartender
- Piers Morgan known as Piers Morgan
- Jim Tilmon known as Jim Tilmon
- Charles Z. Flight 2012 Gardner known as Pentecostal Minister (as Reverend Charles Z. Flight 2012 Gardner)
- Peter Gerety known as Avington Carr
- Tom Nowicki known as Len Caldwell
- Jason Benjamin known as Carr’s Business Guy / Stalking Reporter
- Ric Reitz known as Carr’s Attorney
- Timothy Adams known as Whip’s Dad
- Darius Woods known as Young Will
- Ron Caldwell known as Trevor
- Dylan Kussman known as Two Beer Barry
- Janet Metzger known as Sheila
- Bethany Anne Lind known as Vicky Evans
- Sharon Blackwood known as Peach Tree Employee
- Pam Smith known as Peach Tree Employee
- Garcelle Beauvais known as Deana
- Justin Martin known as Will
- Shannon Walshe known as Tilda Banden
- Rhoda Griffis known as Amanda Anderson
- Michael Beasley known as Officer Edmonds
- Ted Hall known as TV Reporter
- Laila Pruitt known as Girl on Elevator
- Precious Bright known as Mom on Elevator
- Melissa Leo known as Ellen Block
- Steve Coulter known as NTSB Officer at Hearing
- Ted Huckabee known as Prison Guard
- Sarah Clark known as Radio Talk Show Host (voice)
- Vinnie Hasson known as Radio Talk Show Host (voice)
- Randy Thom known as Radio Stock Market Reporter (voice) (as Randall Thom)
- Dennis P. Flight 2012 Wise known as Air Traffic Controller (voice)
- Paul Volle known as Air Traffic Controller (voice)
- Hal Williams known as Whip’s Dad (voice)
- Kwesi Boakye known as Young Will (voice)
- Anthony W. Flight 2012 Allen known as Democrat Staff Member (uncredited)
- Carlos Aviles known as Prison Inmate (uncredited)
- Jon Avren known as Doctor (ER) (uncredited)
- Jon Bailey known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
- Jennifer Olympia Bentley known as Naked Girl in Helmet (uncredited)
- Judi Blair known as Field Reporter (uncredited)
- Candace Blanchard known as Reporter #7 (uncredited)
- Tara Bond known as Reporter (uncredited)
- Larry A. Flight 2012 Brewer known as Plane Passenger (uncredited)
- Nicky Buggs known as Reader (uncredited)
- Cabrenna H Burks known as Hospital Patient Visitor (uncredited)
- Miller Carbon known as Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
- Alonzo Cook known as NTSB Hearing Member (uncredited)
- Jonathan Cook known as Waiter (uncredited)
- Samantha Gillies Cox known as NTSB Republican Member (uncredited)
- Gerald Duckworth known as Whit’s Sober Friend (uncredited)
- Brian F. Flight 2012 Durkin known as Young Cop (uncredited)
- Thomas Elliott known as Mike (uncredited)
- Holly Firfer known as Reporter (uncredited)
- Rob Fuller known as Prisoner (uncredited)
- Curtis Gammage known as Margaret’s Husband (uncredited)
- Carlos Ramónne Graham known as Ed the alcoholic in AA meeting (uncredited)
- Anthony B. Flight 2012 Harris known as Republican at NTSB Hearing (uncredited)
- Bradford Haynes known as News Reporter (uncredited)
- Michael Jaegers known as Smoking prisoner (uncredited)
- Anisa Nyell Johnson known as NTSB Hearing Board Member (uncredited)
- Tara Jones known as Reporter (uncredited)
- Jay D. Flight 2012 Kacho known as Golfer at St Regis bar (uncredited)
- Marie Keefe known as Field Reporter (uncredited)
- Zack Kibria known as NTSB Board Member (uncredited)
- Anna Lumbo known as Katerina’s Mom (uncredited)
- Todd Maynor known as NTSB Agent (uncredited)
- Pj McDonnell known as Inmate (uncredited)
- Camille Murray known as NTSB Attendee (uncredited)
- Sean Nix known as FAA Investigator (uncredited)
- Garrick Parks known as Cop (uncredited)
- Christopher Payne known as NTSB Hearing Republican (uncredited)
- Travis Pressley known as Inmate (uncredited)
- Keith Ratchek known as Doctor (uncredited)
- L. Flight 2012 Stephanie Ray known as NTSB Hearing Democrat (uncredited)
- Tammy Luthi Retzlaff known as Photographer (uncredited)
- Joel Rogers known as Senior FBI Agent (uncredited)
- Mercedes Sanders known as Funeral Mourner (uncredited)
- Timothy Scott known as Prisoner (uncredited)
- J.T. Flight 2012 Seidler known as Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
- Al G. Flight 2012 Sillah known as NTSB Officer (uncredited)
- Tony D Sims known as Bus Boy (uncredited)
- Gregory Marshall Smith known as Greg / Driver (uncredited)
- Jessica J. Flight 2012 Stowes known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
- Don Teems known as Red Cross Volunteer (uncredited)
- Jermaine Thomas known as News Reporter (uncredited)
- Wayne Webb known as Wounded Passenger (uncredited)
- Memi West known as Hospital Patron (uncredited)
- Amy Wolkis known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
- Jacqueline Marie Zwick known as TV Reporter (uncredited)
Flight (2012) Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database