'View From The Top'
(Gwyenth Paltrow, Christina Applegate / PG-13 / 96 mins / Miramax)
Overview: A working-class woman (Gwyneth Paltrow) lands a job as a flight attendant, with her eye on moving up to international first-class attendant as a way to see the world. Christina Applegate, Kelly Preston, and Candice Bergen play current or former flight attendants, and Mike Myers has a cameo as a flight-school instructor.
Verdict: 'View From The Top' has a few standout jokes and some moments of 'good hair,' but it still can't keep the film from ultimately landing into the sea of mediocrity! Basically, 'View From The Top' is candy-colored fluff wrapped around a story so flimsy it can hardly support the gossamer-thin charactarizations and simplistic moral. In fact, there's little here to stir passions of any sort and is so head-slappingly predictable it feels like a movie in slow motion! Sorry, Mr. Myers, but this is one project that should never have got off the ground!