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415. The Aeronauts; movie review

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Cert PG
102 mins
BBFC advice: Contains mild threat, injury detail.

Excuse the pun but I had very high expectations of seeing Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones reunited in Tom Harper's The Aeronauts.
They were so good together in The Theory Of Everything and this new movie promised another tale of great heroism, "inspired by true events" -
And then I read that Jones's character, Amelia Wren was fiction.
Sure, Redmayne's James Glaisher was a pioneer of balloon flight and weather forecasting but his partner was another fella, Henry Coxwell.
Coxwell's descendants have understandably been more than disappointed by him being painted out of history.
However, that is not the only letdown in The Aeronauts. The worst element for me was the surprising lack of chemistry between Redmayne and Jones.
Yes, the pair who were so good in The Theory Of Everything seem deliberately set up to jar.
Jones plays an experienced balloon pilot who is reticent about taking to the air after the death of her husband during a flight.
Redmayne's scientist persuades her to help him evidence the opportunity to forecast the weather by taking readings from the clouds and even above them.
Anyway, what would have been an incredibly complex operation, requiring intense teamwork is passed off far too easily.
Wren's character is thinly drawn - one minute in depressive lethargy over a lost husband, the next kicking her knickerbockers in the air at the launch of her balloon.
Meanwhile, even less is offered about Glaisher who, in fact, was a fascinating man and at the forefront of exploration.
Instead, we are left with a made-up drama in a balloon box which is buffeted by the unpredictable forces of rain, wind and even snow.
Jones is enthusiastic in trying to save the day but Redmayne, who we know can offer much, is barely stretched.
In the final analysis, it felt as if The Aeronauts' makers couldn't work out what they were trying to elicit from the film.
The lack of focus meant it didn't turn out nearly as well as it might have done and has, consequently, been one of the box office crashes of the year.

Reasons to watch: An exciting and unconventional romance
Reasons to avoid: Much more fiction than fact

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Did you know? James Glaisher was a founding member of the Meteorological Society in 1850 and the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain in 1866. He was president of the Royal Meteorological Society from 1867 to 1868

The final word. Felicity Jones: "It was important in this film that we brought to light these amazing female aeronauts. It was a responsibility almost. Sophie Blanchard was someone I really researched quite deeply in order to understand Amelia Wren." Business Insider

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