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Release Date: June 28, 2013

Starring: Antonio De La Torre, Hugo Silva, Miguel Angel Silvestre, Laya Marti

Genre: Comedy

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 95 minutes

Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics

Director: Pedro Almodovar

Executive Producer: None

Producer: Agustin Almodovar, Esther Garcia

Writer: Pedro Almodovar

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Content:

(RoRoRo, PCPCPC, HoHoHo, C, FRFR, O, LLL, V, SSS, NN, AA, DDD, MM) Very strong Romantic, politically correct worldview with very strong homosexual/bisexual references, plus gay male attendant appears to pray to Mary throughout, with what appears to be a Catholic mini-shrine to her, but it is later revealed to be either a Hindu or Buddhist shrine, and references to one character being a psychic; at least 31 obscenities and profanities, plus frequent crude, graphic discussions of sex, both homosexual and heterosexual; men scuffle, and woman may jump off a bridge; very strong sexual content included frequent crude and graphic discussions, graphic talk about homosexuality and oral sex, a shrewish yet glamorous older actress winds up having frantic sex with a male passenger while fully clothed, another woman reveals she’s a virgin who has been told by her psychic that she will have sex for the first time on the plane, woman keeps staring at a male passenger’s large penis outlined within his pants and eventually performs oral sex on him while he’s passed out from unwittingly taking drugs and later still she winds up having loud and graphic yet clothed fornication with him (rear-entry, sitting on him), references to sadomasochism, and suggestive homosexual dancing; some implied crude sexual nudity in images of one man’s tight pants and some female cleavage; alcohol use and people pass out from it; very strong drug content includes flight attendant admits dropping painkillers in all the drinks of passengers in Coach to make them pass out so the flight will be quiet, flight attendants get a batch of the illegal drug mescaline and put it in the passengers’ drinks again, a passenger discusses having a bunch of the pills hidden up in his rectum and comes out of the bathroom with a handful as proof and this leads to an extended discussion about the pills and the hiding place before they sneak the pills into passengers’ drinks against their wishes; and, miscellaneous immorality includes bisexual pilot discusses his cheating on his wife, deceit and a straight unmarried couple excitedly discuss having a baby out of wedlock.


Summary:

I’M SO EXCITED! is a lewd satire from Spain. It’s about a flight crew and a group of passengers on a fictional Spanish airliner who get high and promiscuous when a broken landing gear forces their plane to circle for hours before it can land safely. I’M SO EXCITIED! is an abhorrent movie with little redemptive content and plenty of crude dialogue, substance abuse and strong homosexual references.


Review:

I’M SO EXCITED! is a Spanish comedy by an unduly acclaimed director about a plane filled with sexually charged passengers and an all-male flight crew that’s either homosexual or bisexual. Sexual shenanigans ensue when flight complications cause a delay for hours. I’M SO EXCITED! has a strong Romantic worldview that’s made worse by strong pro-homosexual content.
The story takes place aboard a fictional Spanish airline upon which the landing gear goes wrong, forcing the plane to circle for hours before it can land safely. The plane’s crew consists of three homosexual male flight attendants, a bisexual pilot and a heterosexual copilot. The passengers include a shrewish older actress and a younger woman who each have pent-up sexual desires that wind up becoming fully expressed in clothed yet graphic fashion later in the movie. Among the other shenanigans are passengers getting unwittingly drugged to pass out and stop making demands of the crew. Then, the two repressed women start taking advantage of the drugged men. There is little if any linear plot to I’M SO EXCITED! The movie is intended more as a surrealistic satire of modern Spanish life, including its current economic woes. All of the highly homosexual humor will fall flat with most moviegoers, as the generally poor performance of movies with such explicit content indicates.
I’M SO EXCITED! is but the latest homosexual-themed movie of many in the long career of its writer-director, Pedro Almodovar. He knows how to make a visually stylish, fast-moving movie, and the actors are all gifted comic performers. However, the movie makes light of frequent aberrant sexual behavior without any moral comeuppance for its characters. Thus, there’s little or nothing of substance or enjoyment beyond the movie’s homosexual content. I’M SO EXCITED! is inappropriate viewing for any discerning moviegoer.


In Brief:

I’M SO EXCITED! is a lewd satire from Spain. It takes place aboard a fictional airliner. The landing gear goes wrong, forcing the plane to circle for hours before it can land safely. The plane’s crew consists of three homosexual male flight attendants, a bisexual pilot and a heterosexual copilot. The passengers include a shrewish older actress and a younger woman who have pent-up sexual desires. The flight attendants drug some of the passengers so they stop making demands of the crew. Then, the two repressed women start taking advantage of the drugged men.
There is little if any linear plot to I’M SO EXCITED! The movie is intended more as a surrealistic satire of modern Spanish life, including the current economic woes in Spain and Europe. The movie contains frequent crude content, including plenty of foul, vulgar language and lots of substance abuse. Nearly all of the comedy, but especially the crude comedy, falls flat. Moviegoers won’t be so excited about I’M SO EXCITED! There’s little of substance in this Spanish farce, and much less that’s even the slightest redemptive.