Just got back from seeing "Flight". As a recovering alcoholic and former pilot it hit VERY close to home, uncomfortably so at times. I have yet to see a movie with Denzel Washington that I haven't liked, so my opinion is somewhat biased. Cheadle and Goodman round out a great supporting cast. If your looking for an action packed suspense film you'll probably be disappointed for the majority of the film. If you are an alcoholic or drug addict or have someone close to you in your life who is, you will probably be able to closely relate to the story and in my case, watching it with my teenage son who had to live with my addiction when he was a little boy, parts of the movie were painful for both of us to watch. In fact, there were a few times mid-film when I felt a very strong urge to leave, both because it was a bit slow moving and probably more so because of my innate "fight or flight" reaction to things which I find uncomfortable. I'm so glad that I stayed though! It brought back a lot of really bad personal memories but also gave me a huge infusion of gratitude that I don't have to live my life like that any more. The part which I will remember forever was not actually part of the movie but at the end when the credits were rolling, my son and I were sitting there and he grabbed me and hugged me so hard and for so long. It was a beautiful moment for both of us!