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Review: 'Baggage Claim' is best left at the lost and found
Montana Moore (Paula Patton) has baggage. You see, the beautiful, intelligent, jet-setting flight attendant is (gasp!) single, and when her younger (younger!) sister announces her engagement, she decides there's no way she's going to that wedding without a husband, or at least a fiancé, of her own. But with the nuptials just 30 days away, Montana's chances of finding a new man are slim, so her gay and sassy (respectively) BFFs Sam and Gail (Adam Brody and Jill Scott) devise a scheme to use their connections at the airline to get Montana on the same flights as her exes to see if she can accidentally/on-purpose rekindle the romance.
By Annlee Ellingson
September 26, 2013