Baggage Claim review

A flighty dating-com...

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Showing subtlety the door almost the minute it starts, David E Talbert's romcom is the filmic equivalent of a frying pan to the skull.

The impossibly gorgeous Paula Patton ( Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol ) plays impossibly single flight attendant Montana Moore, who has 30 days to get engaged before her youngest sister's wedding.

She uses her airline connections to zoom around the globe, checking in on old boyfriends, desperate to find a suitable mate. If it sounds ridiculous on paper, imagine how it plays on screen.

Still, the cast's attractive and Patton is all-in with the anything-for-a-laugh pratfalls and shameless mugging.

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Ken McIntyre is a freelance writer who has spent years covering music and film. You'll find Ken in the pages of Total Film and here on GamesRadar, using his experience and expertise to dive into the history of cinema and review the latest films. You'll also find him writing features and columns for other Future Plc brands, such as Metal Hammer and Classic Rock magazine.