jhooper
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"Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 11:40 am

Who else has seen it? Was that a 737 they showed briefly when they showed the outside of the plane? Of course, we know they were flying in a widebody.


I love movies like this that make fun of airlines, like the stewardesses (ummmm....I mean, Flight Attendants), chatting with each other instead of serving customers. Or like in Meet the Parents where the ticket agent spent a long time typing on the computer.
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Dash8King
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 11:51 am

Yep looked like a 737 to me. It was a great movie though Nicholson and Sandler make a great combo.
 
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 11:52 am

I heard the movie was absolutely terrible. Like you WANT to like it because it's Sandler and Nicholson..... but you cant
 
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 1:06 pm

It's not "great" or "terrible", but it's a cheap laugh.
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 1:39 pm

Hilarious! funny as can be...great adam sandler film
 
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 1:51 pm

The preview I saw yesterday while watching the other Jack Nicholson movie had a 747. Is the movie different? As I think Adan Sandler is about as entertaining as a rutabaga, I'll never see "Anger Management". In addition, from what I saw the Nicholson character was nothing more than a reprise of the one he played in the Stephen King movie where he wandered around threatening people with an axe, whatever that was.

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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 4:02 pm

We went to see this flick tonight. Whenever I see a preview for an Adam Sandlar film, I cringe. I do not want to see it. But when I am laughing my a*s off, I don't know why I wanted to miss it!
My b/f did not want me to say anything, so I am saving it for now. Did anyone see all the tails at the beginning? I saw VS and LOT. There were others but I can't remembe right off. I also noticed the outside shot of a 737 but an interior of a wide body.

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Dash8King
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Tue Apr 15, 2003 10:09 pm

I believe there was a Pakistan 747SP.
 
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Wed Apr 16, 2003 1:24 am

I remember seeing the Pakistan 747. It was a good movie, great laughs to end my stressful week last week. Just my two cents.
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Wed Apr 16, 2003 1:41 am

First off, great movie. Very, very funny. But yeah, that was a widebody 737 they were on. Oh well, another hollywood mistake. Gotta love the air marshal, though: "Son of a bitch!"

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notam-j
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Wed Apr 16, 2003 1:44 am

That was definitely a 737. I wasn't aware that Boeing was configuring those 7-seats across, hmmm, kind of like the 767!
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Wed Apr 16, 2003 2:42 am

Talk about anger management... The opening scenes on the airplane were so far beyond belief that they nearly enraged me! The rest of the movie was OK, but that first part I just sat there saying, "Naw, oh, you gotta be kidding me!"
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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Fri Apr 18, 2003 11:23 am

The interior configuration was 2-3-2, so I assume it was a 767. But the wall panels and windows looked like they were from a 727 or 737.

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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Fri Apr 18, 2003 11:31 am

Yes, definately a 737.

But the movie was AWFUL!!! Then again, Lowes Theaters $9.00USD ticket prices dont help, either.

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RE: "Anger Management" Movie

Thu Apr 24, 2003 4:32 am

From what I remember, the outside views of the plane were far enough away it could have been a 737, 767, or even 777, and then the inside views showed a 2-3-2 cabin so it was a 767.

I think the scene with the FA and sky marshal hassling Sandler echoes the present fear and resentment a lot of passengers now have, of airline or airport employees potentially being able to totally overreact and do whatever they want to them while using 9/11, etc. as an excuse.