"The Flyboys" Movie Review

“The Flyboys” Movie Review
by Michael Aaron Gallagher

“The Flyboys” (titled “Sky Kids” in overseas release) is one of those action-adventure movies that somehow makes you feel like a kid again. But you don’t have to be a 12 year-old boy to enjoy the original story, the intense action scenes, the witty dialogue, and the incredibly gripping cinematography.

The best part is Writer/Director Rocco DeVilliers miraculously did on a small $2 Million Dollar budget, what so many big Hollywood movie studios fail to do with much more. He made a family film that takes you back to your childhood. “The Flyboys” reminds you of what it means to be a true friend, to do what’s right even when the odds are against you, and what it really means to be a hero.

“The Flyboys” captivates and entertains audiences with its blend of action, suspense, comedy, and drama, all rolled into one. The movie’s main car chase and airplane stunts are some of the best on-screen action scenes filmed in recent years.

The Story
Actor Reiley McClendon delivers a convincing performance as Kyle, a young boy who moves to a new town and quickly finds himself in trouble with just about everyone. When he accidentally stumbles onto a mob conspiracy, he and his friend discover they are the only passengers aboard a twin-engine airplane and they must fly the plane themselves or face a perilous crash into the mountain side.

For more information on “The Flyboys,” starring Stephen Baldwin and Tom Sizemore visit: http://www.theflyboysmovie.com/.

Rating: 5 Stars (Out of 5 Stars)

“The Flyboys” Movie Review
Copyright © 2008 by Michael Aaron Gallagher
Photographs: Courtesy of Dark Coast Pictures

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