Movie Review: Baggage Claim

I have been a little bit anti-movies lately. And its horrible.

Almost every movie I have gone to watch has been a boring disappointment.

So sitting on my sunday I decided to watch this movie called "Baggage claim" that starred Paula Patton, Derek Luke(who absolutely killed his role in the movie Antwone Fisher), Taye Diggs, Jill Scott and a plethora of others.

The movie started with her explaining her roots. Speaking about her mothers importance of marriages and I found it funny that she's had so many. But, it was still fun for the first minute or so. Her job as a flight attendant has her meeting new people, seeing new places and things but it hinders her relationships. She went on to say that after all that naysaying from her mother she did meet an individual in Miami by the name of Graham. And she feels that he is the one.

An invite to Chicago made it feel like he was a sure thing but that proved to be wrong.
As the movie progressed her friends sat over drinks and put their inhibitions and pride on the table, formulating a plan to find a handful of her exes and re-date them in hopes that they were worthy for marriage. This looked fun.
Turn after turn, the movie was a whimsical ride through love, lust and relationships. Even a series of weird exchanges between her and neighbourhood who was also her school mate.

But the chase continued.
The movie that I thought was about to be a bore ended up being one of the best movies I've seen in a minute. From Jill Scotts forwards antics to Trey Songz surprisingly good acting.

This movie is a good movie to curl up to for this coming valentines day with a big bag of popcorn, some snacks and some drinks of choice.

Baggage claim is a good movie and I hope anyone that watches it feels the same.