Airplane (1980)

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Plot: Ex-fighter pilot and taxi driver Ted Striker (Robert Hays)  doesn’t want to get in airplane after he crashes. As a result, he is unable to hold a responsible job. His wartime girlfriend, Elaine Dickinson (Julie Hagerty), now a flight attendant, leaves him. Therefore, he enter a flight where Elaine is attending. 
 Rating(8/10): The movie is hilarious. The story and comedy blend amazingly well. I feel the actors acted well, depending on their role. One thing that i didn’t like was that there were few fiction editing happening and it didn’t look well.
Mise-en-Scene: The setting was a small plane. It really looked like they shot in a plane. I like the crops, and how they used a “autopilot”. It gave more entertainment to the audience. It made the comedy amazing.
Shots and Angles: Since the setting is a plane, there was long shots. And they couldn’t have crane shots, since the plane is quite. The shots are direct face shots and angles like close-up.
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