Triumph In The Skies
"Triumph in the Skies" is a Hong Kong movie adaptation of the TVB series by the same name. This drama movie tells the story of the glamourous lives of the pilots and flight attendants working for the fictional Skylette Airways, which is based on Hong Kong`s Cathay Pacific. It stars some of Hong Kong`s biggest acts such as Francis Ng, Louis Koo, Julian Cheung, Sammi Cheng and Charmaine Sheh.
: 14 Feb 2015
1 Hour 40 Minutes
: GSC Movies
: Wilson Yip, Matt Chow
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“Triumph in the Skies” series
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• The plot of the film is simple and sweet but packed too tightly as it focuses on the romantic relationships between 3 pairs of couples within the span of 100 minutes.
• Fans of the original series might find the film a bit too cheesy, as it focused way too much on the romance and not on aviation which is what the movie was supposed to be about.
• The film seems to focus more on the additional cast (Louis Koo and Charmaine Sheh) instead of Julian Cheung and Francis Ng, who are both main characters from the original series.
• The cinematography and scenery of the film is spectacular and captivating, as most of it was shot in England.
• Two scenes from the film were cut off from Malaysian cinemas for being too sexual in nature.
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