This movie took me on a rollercoaster ride with my emotions, i.e., anger, fear, compassion, sorrow -- and heat 'cause nobody has that walking swagga, especially in pilot sunglasses, like Denzel, except maybe President Obama! But while I was mesmerized by the whole movie, the scene that had me riveted to the edge of my seat was when Denzel's character was told in his trial after the crash that his flight attendant lady friend who had died in the crash was an alcoholic and he was asked if he thought she had drunk the two bottles of alcohol that was found in the trash on the plane. You have to see the movie for my review to make sense 'cause I don't want to give too much plot away. But he testified he had not been drinking, when he knew he had drunk those two bottles of liquor. If he testified she drank the alcohol on the plane he could have walked away from that trial a free man. I was riveted to the edge of my seat and practically holding my breath waiting for his testimony. Would he throw his dead lover under the bus to save himself as his lawyer instructed or what? The angst, fear and stress on his face at that moment, realizing that the events of his whole life had come to that point with a crescendo that would forever change his life one way or the other, that scene to me was worth the price of admission.