Originally Posted by foxeng
As one, who remembers Pan Am and all the hoopla of the 60's, on nostalgia alone, makes it work a look for me. At first I was not sure about the "spy" connection in the story line, but I am sure that happened much more than anyone will ever know.
I thought the nostalgia was a very nice change from the craze of today, so to speak, and the spy portion I think was what kept me tuned in to see what was going to happen with it. This on top of those flight attendants in the bright blue uniforms with their smiles and no cell phones going all over the place was such a breath of fresh air. No TSA groping women and children too.
What would people do today without their cell phones? Sometimes I think we don't know how good we had it back before all this technology. People actually talked to each other when they had something to say, instead of hitting up facebook.
Now if the story starts to take a turn with nothing but romance, and no action aspect, I will likely turn it off.