Jason Reitman’s next film Up in the Air, doesn’t hit theaters nationwide until December 25th, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been talking about it for what feels like two years. All the same, the movie is a great story with some very solid performances. And once again, Reitman has combined the perfect source material with his storytelling style. That is the subject of the following featurette, which was released by Paramount Pictures and Apple this past week. It takes a look at the production through the eyes of the folks around the director, as they talk about him as the force behind the drama.
Personally, I was thoroughly entertained by this film, mostly because of the great casting and delivery of sharp wit. George Clooney is once again magnificent and the likes of Vera Farmiga, Jason Bateman and Anna Kendrick add just the right amount of filling to make for an engaging story of people who are just looking to make a connection. You can make your own connection with the process behind this movie by watching below. Go ahead, take a peek. You won’t regret it.
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