(2013) (Paula Patton, Derek Luke) (PG-13)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Romantic Comedy: A flight attendant, determined to get engaged before her younger sister's wedding, uses her airline industry connections to "bump into" eligible ex-boyfriends around the country.
- Montana Moore (PAULA PATTON) is a thirty-something flight attendant, who is still single due to her admittedly "high standards." She has been willing to wait for her perfect man, even though her mother, Catherine (JENIFER LEWIS), has been married five times and all of her siblings have gotten married. When her youngest sister, college sophomore Sheree (LAUREN LONDON), becomes engaged, Montana vows to find a man who'll marry her before the big day in one month.
After finding out that her current boyfriend, wealthy entrepreneur Graham (BORIS KODJOE), has a wife, Montana 's fellow flight attendant Sam (ADAM BRODY) convinces Montana to use their airline connections to see which of her ex-boyfriends will be traveling by air over the next month so she can just "bump into them" on the different flights and at the different terminals. Their scheme, which flight attendant Gail (JILL SCOTT) thinks is ridiculous, involves security personnel, baggage handlers, and reservations assistants from all over. And they do net three possibilities: Damon Diesel (TREY SONGZ), a record industry producer who is actually the pawn and play-thing of a rich, unstable woman; Langston Jefferson Battle III (TAYE DIGGS), a career politician who wants a trophy wife who will keep her mouth shut; and Quinton Jamison (DJIMON HOUNSOU), a hotel mogul who has been married twice and wants only travel and adventure.
The whole while, Montana maintains a close friendship with William (DEREK LUKE), a blue-collar man she has known since kindergarten. They are the closest of friends and live across from one another in the same building. They might be perfect for each other if it weren't for William being in a long-term relationship and Montana craving someone more dynamic to impress her mother and family.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- Older teens, especially if they're fans of anyone in the cast, may have some interest.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
- For sexual content and some language.
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