Angry Angel

Synopsis: Allison Pyke is a young angel who's trying to get her ticket into heaven. Complications arise when two important men in her life unexpectedly show up to form a love triangle.
Director(s): Jamie Travis
Production: Olive Bridge Entertainment


- Please make sure

your seatbelt is fastened.

We ask that you keep

your seatbelt fastened

while seated in case

we encounter

some unexpected turbulence.

- Excuse me.

Excuse me.

Hey. [whistles]

You've lit the spark.

Might as well keep

the fire burning.

- Ma'am, I've just served you.

- I don't need anything

complicated--just another

one of these teeny tiny

bottles of bourbon--two.


- I'll catch you

on the way back.

[mischievous string music]

- I used to be afraid

of flying.

I couldn't help but think

of how this big metal tube

was probably gonna crash

right back to Earth.

I still think about

how the plane might crash.

In fact, this one

actually will,

and I just don't care anymore.

My name's Allison Pyke--

at least, that's my name now.

And I'm already dead, so

I could crash all the damn day,

and I don't care at all.

[plane rattles,

passengers gasp and chatter]

[tense, discordant music]

There's a gremlin on the wing.


The engine's on fire.

[flames boom,

passengers scream]

- This is your captain


We're having some

slight engine trouble,

and we'll be returning

to the airport shortly.

- What's happening?

- I don't know.

- Baby.

Baby, can you hear me?

Are you there?


- Hey, any luck

on that bourbon?

I'm an angel now.

Yup, seriously.

But being an angel

isn't a reward.

It's a punishment.

Like, when you're an all-around

great person,

you die, you go up there.

When you're like a B, B-minus

person, you become an angel

and get a sentence on Earth,

and that sentence

is a number of points,

and you get points

when you perform a miracle.

It's a little like

a prison with time off

for good behavior.

You know,

but it could be worse.

I never flew first class

when I was alive.

Hell, I never got

out of Nebraska.

[doo-wop Christmas music]

The second I'm old enough,

I'm getting the hell out

of Nebraska.

- What's better than Nebraska?

- This is my best friend,


New York.

And this is me.

Yep, I used to be

a white girl with a uni-brow.

- I'd like to go to New York

and see the giant piano

from "Big."

- Fine.


Here. Open it.

- That our love

was all wrong

- Wow.

This is a truly terrible gift.

Something worse for you.

- This Christmas

- Wow!

These are the kind

truckers pee in.

I'm gonna go see if they work.

- So I was a weird white girl

with a uni-brow,

and somehow, I had no idea

Patrick had a major crush

on me...until a few

Christmases later.

[Tchaikovsky's "Dance of

the Sugar Plum Fairy"]

I'm sorry I'm late.

It's a commemorative

porcelain plate

featuring the portraits

of the members

of the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

- Can I kiss you?

- In case you were wondering,

he got me a pair

of talking parrot earrings

and a case of iguana food.

I found my soul mate

when I was 15.

We were excited to spend

the rest of our lives


which turned out

to be way shorter for me

than for Patrick.

But back to our story.

- We lost both the engines!

We're gonna make

an emergency landing!

- Here's a good travel tip:

they don't charge

for sandwiches on flights

if everyone thinks

they're gonna die.

- I love you so much.

I'll see you

in heaven, my angel.

- If only it were that easy.


Oh! Here we go.

- Brace for impact.

- We're gonna die.

- [scoffs] I wish.

[playful, thrilling music]

Hi, guys.

Sorry about this.

I'm taking over.

- It is truly a miracle

on the river.

- The hero pilot who saved

hundreds of lives

all by himself...

- So I landed in the river.

Sue me.

I'm not a professional pilot.

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Will Gluck

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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