“This is the 21st century,” a voice of reason proclaims to the heroine of David E. Talbert’s clunky romantic comedy, “Baggage Claim.” “You don’t need a man to define you!” Very true, and so much for feminism. The rest of the film takes a long, convoluted, predictable, and mostly unfunny route to prove that the opposite is the case.
Thirty thousand miles long, as it turns out. That’s the distance travelled by flight attendant Montana Moore (Paula Patton) in her desperate quest to track down rejected exes to find out if one of them was in fact “the one.” Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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