naturfotos-naeher-hingeschaut.eu - Kaufen Sie Up in the Air günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Der leidenschaftliche Vielflieger Ryan Bingham reist als Kündigungsspezialist durch die Vereinigten Staaten. Die nomadische Existenz in Airport-Hotels und Businesslounges kultiviert der überzeugte Single mit sportlichem Ehrgeiz. Da lernt er die. Filmkritik - Up in the Air: George Clooney als Rausschmeisser, der den Geschassten ihre Kündigung als "Chance" zu verkaufen hat.
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Der leidenschaftliche Vielflieger Ryan Bingham reist als Kündigungsspezialist durch die Vereinigten Staaten. Die nomadische Existenz in Airport-Hotels und Businesslounges kultiviert der überzeugte Single mit sportlichem Ehrgeiz. Da lernt er die. Up in the Air ist eine US-amerikanische Tragikomödie des Regisseurs Jason Reitman aus dem Jahr , der auch am Drehbuch beteiligt war und den Film. naturfotos-naeher-hingeschaut.eu - Kaufen Sie Up in the Air günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Up in the Air [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 49 MinX-Ray0. Ryan Bingham ist immer unterwegs: Wenn er sein Leben nicht gerade in Flugzeugen, Leihautos oder. Das ist die Rolle seines Lebens: George Clooney verkündet in "Up in the Air" Hunderten Menschen, dass sie gefeuert sind - mit ehrlichen. In "Up in the Air" spielt George Clooney einen gefürchteten Unternehmensberater, der quer durchs Land jettet, um Firmen zu zeigen, wo sie Personal einsparen. Filmkritik - Up in the Air: George Clooney als Rausschmeisser, der den Geschassten ihre Kündigung als "Chance" zu verkaufen hat.
In "Up in the Air" spielt George Clooney einen gefürchteten Unternehmensberater, der quer durchs Land jettet, um Firmen zu zeigen, wo sie Personal einsparen. Up in the Air [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 49 MinX-Ray0. Ryan Bingham ist immer unterwegs: Wenn er sein Leben nicht gerade in Flugzeugen, Leihautos oder. Filmkritik - Up in the Air: George Clooney als Rausschmeisser, der den Geschassten ihre Kündigung als "Chance" zu verkaufen hat.
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Reitman promoted Up in the Air with personal appearances at film festivals and other showings, starting with the Telluride Film Festival on September 5, Paramount scheduled a limited North American release on December 4, , broadening the release on December 11, , with a wide release on December 23, The film was met with critical acclaim, for Reitman's screenplay and the performances by Clooney, Farmiga and Kendrick.
National Board of Review and the Washington D. It received six Oscar nominations and recognition from numerous critics' associations.
Ryan Bingham works for a human resources consultancy firm specializing in termination assistance. His work constantly takes him around the country, conducting company layoffs on behalf of employers.
Ryan also gives motivational speeches, using the analogy, "What's in Your Backpack? A frequent flyer, Ryan aspires to earn ten million frequent flyer miles with American Airlines.
While traveling, Ryan meets Alex, a professional woman who also flies frequently. They begin a casual relationship , meeting up in various cities as schedules allow.
Ryan is recalled to his company's offices in Omaha, Nebraska. Natalie Keener, a young, ambitious new hire, promotes cutting costs by conducting layoffs via videoconferencing.
Ryan, unwilling to give up traveling, raises concerns that the new system could be impersonal and apathetic, and argues that Natalie lacks understanding about the firing process and how to handle emotionally vulnerable people.
Ryan's boss, Craig, has Natalie accompany Ryan on his next round of terminations to observe the process. Ryan tutors Natalie on traveling more efficiently using smaller luggage and moving quickly through airport security.
As they travel together, Natalie challenges Ryan's philosophies on life, particularly regarding relationships and love, but Ryan defends his lifestyle.
During the trip, Natalie's boyfriend unceremoniously dumps her by text message. Natalie, shattered, is comforted by Ryan and Alex.
On a video termination test run, Ryan's earlier concerns prove valid; when one laid-off person breaks down on camera, Natalie is unable to properly console him.
Another employee threatens suicide. Natalie castigates Ryan for refusing to commit to Alex, despite their obvious compatibility, but Ryan dismisses her criticisms and chastises her for lacking empathy and never appreciating her surroundings.
Before returning home, Ryan, taking Alex along, heads to Wisconsin for his sister Julie's wedding. He has a strained reunion with his semi-estranged family who resent his absence.
When Jim, the groom, gets cold feet just before the ceremony, Ryan's older sister, Kara, asks Ryan to talk to Jim.
Although it runs counter to his personal philosophy, Ryan uses his motivational skills to persuade Jim to proceed with the wedding.
Ryan begins questioning his lifestyle and philosophies, and doubts what he lectures others about. Ryan has strong feelings for Alex and impulsively flies to Chicago.
Arriving at her home, he is stunned to discover she is married and has children. She later phones him, saying that her family is her real life; he is merely an escape.
On Ryan's flight home, the crew announces that he has just crossed the ten million mile mark. American Airlines' chief pilot is aboard to personally congratulate Ryan and notes he is the youngest person to achieve the milestone.
Back in Omaha, Ryan transfers flyer miles to Julie and Jim so they can have a honeymoon. Ryan's boss informs him that a woman he and Natalie laid off has killed herself, the woman having earlier threatened to do so while being laid off which Ryan did not take seriously.
Natalie, upset, has quit via text message. The remote-layoff program is put on hold and Ryan goes back on the road. Natalie applies to the same San Francisco company where she previously declined a position, having followed her boyfriend to Omaha.
The interviewer hires her, impressed by her qualifications and Ryan's glowing recommendation. The film concludes with Ryan standing in front of a vast destination board, looking up, and letting go of his luggage.
The film has a thematic connection to the children's book The Velveteen Rabbit , which appears in the film, before the wedding. In one sense, it's a movie about a man who fires people for a living.
In another sense, it's a movie about a man who collects air miles excessively. In another sense, it's about a man who meets a woman who's so similar to him that even though they both believe in the idea of living solo, they begin to fall in love.
Reitman also later stated that "the movie is about the examination of a philosophy. What if you decided to live hub to hub, with nothing, with nobody?
Walter Kirn wrote Up in the Air , the book on which the film is based, during a snowbound winter on a ranch in rural Montana , while thinking about airports, airplanes and first-class passengers he had met who would strongly resemble Ryan Bingham.
Turner can be seen in the film sitting beside Ryan at the initial meeting in Omaha. Director Jason Reitman later came upon the novel initially attracted by the Christopher Buckley blurb on the cover while browsing in the Los Angeles bookstore Book Soup.
Jason Reitman then developed his own screenplay, incorporating some of the original script that was unbeknownst to Reitman written by Turner.
Some Turner inventions that were used in the film include Ryan's boilerplate termination speech "Anyone who ever built an empire or changed the world sat where you're sitting right now He and Turner later appeared at a WGA event where both said they were happy to share credit, after Turner's contribution to the final product was made clear.
Though Reitman has claimed in countless interviews that he wrote the parts specifically for George Clooney, Vera Farmiga, Anna Kendrick, Jason Bateman, Danny McBride, Melanie Lynskey, Amy Morton, Sam Elliott and Zach Galifianakis,   some of the actors publicly stated their confusion in Reitman's assertion, if only because they knew he was meeting with other actors all along including his choice of Ellen Page who starred in Reitman's previous film Juno for the part that Kendrick ultimately played.
On Kendrick, Reitman cited that he was inspired by her performance in Rocket Science. On Clooney, he said, "If you're going to make a movie about a guy who fires people for a living and you still want to like him, that actor better be damn charming and I don't think there's a more charming actor alive than George Clooney.
I was very lucky he said yes. Report with Bill Simmons , that he considered Steve Martin for the part if Clooney declined the role. Reitman said that he would have changed the movie with Martin and given Martin "his Lost in Translation.
Approximately 4, people applied to be extras in the film during the open call on January 24, and January 25, , at Crestwood Court in St.
Louis, Missouri. About extras were used from the Omaha, Nebraska , area. They were used for filming inside and outside the terminal at Eppley Airfield , while Clooney acted out most of his scenes inside the terminal.
While filming in St. Louis and Detroit, Reitman placed an ad in the paper asking if people who recently lost their job wanted to be in a documentary about job loss.
He specified "documentary" in the ad so that actors would not respond. Reitman was amazed by how many people of different age, race, and gender were willing to speak frankly about what happened and what a cathartic experience it had been.
Filming was mostly done in the St. Louis area. Louis production office on January 5, Louis on March 3, , and continued through the end of April.
Louis area, including St. Louis,  Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, Hilton St. Louis International Airport for five days, twenty hours each day.
Reitman needed fifty days to film Up in the Air , eight of which were devoted to aerial shooting. The aerial shots turned out to be more difficult than expected.
He was unable to use material from three days of the aerial filming. Many aerial shots, such as the crop circle on fire, are seen in the Paramount trailer, but are not used in the film.
The pilot who flies the Boeing that carried the Space Shuttle flew the aircraft for the aerial shots. The film features heavy product placement , with American Airlines ,  Chrysler , Hertz , Travelpro, and Hilton Hotels  all featured prominently.
However, the brands did not pay for the exposure; rather, they waived the fees for the producers to shoot on location, such as at AA's airport areas and inside Hilton hotels.
The post-production schedule for Up in the Air was shorter than Jason Reitman 's previous two films. The editing team had only 16 to 17 weeks post-schedule, whereas an editing deadline is usually from 22 to 26 weeks.
Reitman was involved in post-production while shooting. The film was shot entirely on location and Glauberman stayed in Los Angeles to cut.
She would send him scenes every day or every other day as she finished them, and he would view them. He flew home every weekend to work with her for a few hours on Saturday or Sunday in order to stay on schedule.
Editing helped determine how nonverbal moments shape the first meeting between Ryan and Alex, who become lovers. Glauberman said. Sometimes I stayed a beat longer on a take to get that little sparkle in their eyes You can see a lot of playfulness in the quick cuts back and forth when they are teasing each other, but then there are also certain moments that Vera would give a little raise of an eyebrow, or George would give the same thing.
Those tiny nuances are really helpful to show their character and show what they are after. Up in the Air: Music from the Motion Picture is the official soundtrack to the film, released by Warner Music on November 9, ,  and composed by Rolfe Kent , who recorded his score with a piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony at the Sony Scoring Stage.
It was orchestrated by Tony Blondal. Kevin Renick wrote the song "Up in the Air" two years prior to knowing that Reitman was working on a film adaptation to the book.
Louis musician. When Renick researched the film he discovered that the theme of the film was much the same as the song he had written.
Renick included a spoken-word introduction about the song on the cassette so that Reitman would know why he was given the song.
Reitman found a tape deck, listened, liked the song and placed the original introduction and song from the cassette midway through the credits.
Reitman stated that the song has a do-it-yourself authenticity. Reitman heavily promoted Up in the Air with personal appearances at film festivals and other showings.
He stated that he could relate to and enjoys the idea of Ryan Bingham's lifestyle. Reitman documented his experiences promoting the film.
He took photos of everyone who interviewed him and recorded videos in every city he visited. Following the positive response the film received at the Telluride Film Festival, Paramount intended to move Up in the Air from its original release date of December 4, , planning for a November 13 limited release going wide before the Thanksgiving holiday.
He rushed production to keep his Toronto debut streak going. The first clip of the film debuted on Apple Inc. It was shown three times from October 17 to October 19, The first St.
Louis press screening happened on October 28, at the Tivoli Theater. Reitman attended the screening. Anna Kendrick was present at the showing.
The question and answer session was followed by a reception in the Jane Peck Gallery. Up in the Air was the centerpiece for the 18th Annual St.
Louis musician who wrote the song Up in the Air , performed half an hour prior to the screening. The party took place at the St. Louis Ballpark Hilton and the Airport Hilton.
Both are featured in the film. The film was shown on the aircraft's video monitors during the flight from New York to Los Angeles.
American Airlines provided the Boeing gratis. Smith performed a few songs including Help Yourself in the aisle of the aircraft.
The screening of the film was followed by a conversation with cast members Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick.
Simmons, who was in town to accept the festival's Cassavetes Award earlier that afternoon. Up in the Air was released in 15 theaters in the U. Up in the Air received critical acclaim, with Clooney's and Kendrick's performances receiving widespread praise, as well as the screenplay and editing.
The site's critical consensus reads, "Led by charismatic performances by its three leads, director Jason Reitman delivers a smart blend of humor and emotion with just enough edge for mainstream audiences.
The sneak preview of Up in the Air was the highest profile hit during the Telluride film festival. Not just in its casual and apparently effortless excellence, but in its ability to blend entertainment and insight, comedy and poignancy, even drama and reality, things that are difficult by themselves but a whole lot harder in combination.
This film does all that and never seems to break a sweat. Claudia Puig of USA Today praised the film's sense of timeliness, writing, "It's tough to capture an era while it's still happening, yet Up in the Air does so brilliantly, with wit and humanity Reitman emerges as a modern-day Frank Capra , capturing the nation's anxieties and culture of resilience.
But ultimately, it's really an expertly done character study that's a dramatic change of pace from director Jason Reitman's previous two films.
It is a brutal, desolate film — but also a superb existential rom-com, and the most entertaining lesson in contemporary socio-economics that you could hope for.
If it were, it would be hard to laugh in these last days of Nor is it a tragedy. It's an observant look at how a man does a job.
Calling the film "a slickly engaging piece of lightweight existentialism ," Todd McCarthy wrote in Variety that "Clooney owns his role in the way first-rate film stars can, so infusing the character with his own persona that everything he does seems natural and right.
The timing in the Clooney-Farmiga scenes is like splendid tennis. Kendrick, her ponytail swinging like an ax, grabs every scene she's in," but wrote that the film "is an assertively, and unapologetically, tidy package, from its use of romance to instill some drama Reitman needlessly overuses.
But the stakes remain frustratingly low and it's one of those contemporary middlebrow projects that asks us to root for a genial, shallow individual as he learns to be a little less the man he was.
There is no attempt to braid these two threads together, and that's where the movie feels unsatisfying.
The filmmakers have peeked into the abyss and averted their eyes Shave Magazine 's Jake Tomlinson gave the film four out of five stars and wrote, "There is a very strong sense of humor as well as emotional depth, yet the scope of the film sometimes limits these sentiments.
As a moviegoer, this film provides a satisfying experience where one can take a step back to ponder some of the finer points in our daily lives, but don't expect to find all the answers here.
Up in the Air earned various awards and nominations, in categories ranging from recognition of the film itself to its screenplay, direction and editing, to the performance of the three primary actors — George Clooney , Vera Farmiga , and Anna Kendrick.
The film received six Academy Award nominations and Farmiga and Kendrick both received nominations for Best Supporting Actress, although the film failed to win any of the awards.
The film garnered five nominations from the Satellite Awards , with Rolfe Kent, the film's score composer, winning the Best Original Score award.
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George Clooney. Vera Farmiga. Anna Kendrick. Jason Bateman. Luke-Corvin H. Fazit: Überraschende gute Tragikomödie mit Solide Darstellung. Ich verstehe, nach gucken dieses Films, den Hype, der ihm vor den Oscarverleihungen umgab nicht.
Up in the Air ist ein typischer Geroge Clooney. Eine bestenfalls durchschnittliche Geschichte über Arbeit, Familie und zwischenmenschlichen Beziehungen die mit nur sehr wenigen Überraschungsmomenten aufkommt.
Lorenz Rütter. Dieser Film ist zwar einfach gestaltet und sollte Romantisch sein, ist es aber nicht! Ja, der Film ist eine leichte Kost und man sieht gerne Clooney, Farmiga und Kendrick beim spielen zu.
Sie geben auch eine lockere Note ab, müssen sich aber nicht gross anstrengen. Romantisch ist es leider nicht. Denn zu einem kommt der Funken nicht rüber und die Chemie stimmt irgendwie nicht.
Farmiga und Kendrick wurden für ihre Rollen für den Oscar Mehr erfahren. Sein Beruf ist es, überall im Land, Personen zu entlassen. Er liebt seinen Job, er liebt es ständig unterwegs zu sein und Beziehungen sind nicht sein Ding.
Das passt ihm natürlich nicht, auch weil er seinen Job als eine Art Würdigung für die Gekündigten Wir haben uns jede Menge Originalfilmtitel vorgenommen und diese frei Schnauze direkt ins Deutsche übersetzt - mal passend, Ähnliche Filme.
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