By Chase Kahn
The best opening sentence of any Up in the Air review I've read to this point comes from Entertainment Weekly's Owen Gleiberman (whom I usually discount):
"Here are a few of the kinds of movies I wish Hollywood made more often (like, you know, two or three times a year): a drama that connects to an audience because it taps, in a bold and immediate way, into the fears and anxieties of our time."
Bingo. You sir, get the drift. Congrats. Hop In.