How long is the “Air” movie?

Movies are awfully long these days. The long awaited first avatar The sequel was even longer than the rather lengthy original. Most comic book adaptations last about two and a half hours on average. Even the fourth John Wick – whose first entry lasted a meager 100 minutes about a guy who killed everyone because some Shnook killed his pup – lasted almost three hours. So what about Air, the film about the creation of a shoe? Is it another film that could use a break?

The answer is no. It runs “only” 112 minutes. This is almost a short film in this era of butt-deaf athons. Granted, even that might seem long if you think a movie about a shoe doesn’t sound all that interesting. But for most, it might be a perfect length – enough to get into the nitty-gritty of a surprisingly fascinating (and entertaining!) topic, not so long that you have to think about what you’re drinking or eating beforehand, lest you risk losing anything Missing good things when you go to the toilet.

Air is also a mulligan for star director Ben Affleck and his co-star Matt Damon. Already 2021, the goodwill hunt boys reunited for The last duel, which took them back to medieval France. (This one ran a whopping 153 minutes, but also had to tell the same story from three very different perspectives, ending with the title duel.) This one, too, is in danger of being unjustly ignored by primed multiplex viewers for the past decade — plus, um just showing up in droves for blockbusters. But maybe the draw of Michael Jordan – who has never been seen on screen – combined with some stunning 80s looks can draw people out.

In Air, Affleck, who hasn’t made a film since the poorly received gangster picture Live by Night, plays Sonny Vaccaro, the cocky sports marketing exec hired by Nike boss Phil Knight (Damon) to rescue a faltering Nike. Affleck, who didn’t write it, urged Viola Davis to play Jordan’s mother.

Air is coming to cinemas now. And if you’re throwing in trailers, be sure to leave the theater about 130 minutes after you arrive. How long is the “Air” movie?

Jaclyn Diaz

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