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ATL (Full Screen Edition)
Sometimes 17-year-old Rashad and his pals hang out at the Waffle House, trying to figure out what's next after they graduate. But on Sunday nights, they know what's coming. They'll be at the Cascade roller rink: laying down moves, chillin' with friends...and for a few hours leaving what's outside outside. ATL is a Sunday night fever of laughs, drama and crunk sounds. Video director Chris Robinson makes his feature debut, guiding an ensemble that includes astonishingly natural movie newcomers Tip Harris (aka rapper T.I.), Lauren London and Antwan Andre Patton (aka Big Boi of the duo OutKast).
If you've grown weary of gangsta thrillers and violent depictions of thug life, ATL will hit you like a breath of fresh air. Based on a story by Antwone Fisher (writer and subject of the 2003 film that bears his name) and written by Tina Gordon Chism, it's essentially a contemporary African-American riff on American Graffiti, focusing on a group of teenagers on the cusp of adulthood, learning valuable life lessons as they strive to make a better future for themselves and their loved ones. The title refers to the airport designation for Atlanta, and that's where orphaned 17-year-old Rashad (Tip Harris, aka rapper T.I.) lives with his younger brother Anton (Evan Ross) and uncle George (Mykelti Williamson). They're poor like most Southside families, but they're making ends meet, caring for each other and forging life-long friendships with guys like the smart, ambitious Esquire (Jackie Long), transplanted New Yorker Brooklyn (Albert Daniels), and likable homeboy Teddy (Jason Weaver). On Sunday nights they hang at the Cascade roller rink, trying to impress the girls with their latest moves, and director Chris Robinson (veteran of many music videos) captures it all with casual momentum and genuine affection for his characters. A little too casual perhaps (the pacing sometimes lags), but with a lively mix of color and music, ATL manages to be positive and hopeful without sanitizing the harsher realities (including drugs and violence) of modern urban America. There are threats and obstacles to overcome, but ATL is all about potential, striving for goals and accepting responsibility for one's own actions. Between this and Get Rich or Die Tryin', which example would you prefer to follow? --Jeff Shannon
The only destination cut off here is Thunder Bay, Ontario, and this list covers the entire day's international landings after about 12:20 pm.
[Edited to add: To be fair, it only includes the Lindbergh (main) terminal's international arrivals -- which means it doesn't include Icelandair's flight from Reykjavik, nor Sun Country's seasonal flights from Mexico and the Caribbean. Those flights arrive at the Humphrey terminal.]
MSP is not a particularly international airport by the standards of many other US hubs (ORD, ATL, SFO, not to mention JFK or LAX...) I'm not sure if this will change for the better or worse once the more internationally focused Delta fully takes over. I know many people say "worse."
(I should say that the inbound and arrived Tokyo flight was just taken off this board while I was there. Or, wait, maybe I cut off Thunder Bay AND Tokyo!)
Edited to add: This photo was taken on March 28, 2009, just before NWA signage was removed from MSP airport--so in that sense, with these NWA logos, it's historic.
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ATL to Santiago; Sheila -- 6 months later Sheila and I were on the same flight from Paris to JFK, very random and bizarre
flights from atl to jfk
A young man from Los Angeles attends a historically black university in Atlanta to avoid a prison term and soon learns the history of Greek fraternities and step dancing, sought after by rival fraternities he joins the underdog group hoping to win the national step competition.ional step competition.
Genre: Feature Film-Drama
Release Date: 2-OCT-2007
Media Type: DVD
At its core, Stomp the Yard is a romantic drama disguised as a dance film. Or is it the other way around? DJ (Columbus Short) is a troubled teen from Los Angeles who gets a chance for a better life when he is admitted into Atlanta's privileged Truth University. Just when he thought he had escaped a life of gangs, DJ finds himself in the middle of a "war" between two upper-crust fraternities where stepping (a popular dance form) is their weapon of choice. When DJ realizes the coed he falls for is the girlfriend of the school's champion stepper, he joins the rival fraternity to try to show her--and himself--that he's as good as anyone else there. Stomp the Yard is not an original film. Add some drums and you've got Drumline. Change some of the characters around and you've got Save the Last Dance. What sets the movie apart is the stepping. The precision involved at this level is impressively complicated and Short--a dancer and choreographer--is beautifully expressive both as an actor and a dancer. Sure the plot is predictable and hokey at times. But Short and Meagan Good (as his crush April) have wonderful chemistry together, and the supporting cast--including Harry J. Lennix as DJ's no-nonsense uncle--are delightful to watch. --Jae-Ha Kim
Stills from Stomp the Yard (click for larger image)
Beyond Stomp the Yard on Amazon.com
Stomp the Yard on Blu-ray
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