Rated R, 2 hour 4 Minutes
Starring: Angelina Jolie, John Cusack, and Billy Bob Thornton
This is a wonderful movie about aritraffic controllers, friendship, affairs, and jealousy. Angelina doesn't have as big of a part in this movie as I like, But I would still give this movie an A.
Here is what the cover has to say:
In the tradition of Grosse Pointe Blank comes an unconventional comedy about two air traffic controllers whose intense rivalry and penchant for one-upmanship causes hilarious havoc with their careers, their marriages - and the planes in their airspace! Nick Falzone (John Cusack) is the busiest, and the best, air traffic controller on long Island - until Russell Bell (Billy Bob Thornton) roars into town like a motorcycle-riding cowboy. Fueled by caffeine and machismo, the two men embark upon an uproarious contest of wit and wills that can ultimately only have one winner. Co-starring Cate Blanchett and Angelina Jolie, Pushing Tin is "one of a kind.... a high-flying, free-spirited, wildly funny blast of originality."
Party of the Air Traffic Controllers. Mary is getting introduced to everyone
and finds them rather boring and weird.
As she's leaving the room at the social she tells everyone that she's Russell's first wife, unlike them.
Faulzone starts talking to her in the store when he sees her crying over some plant that died.
Before they part they make plans to go to dinner together.
She's getting drunk and Faulzone lip-syncs to her in a restaurant.
Faulzone and Mary have sex in her house. Later she confesses to her husband.