"Despite the despicable nature of her character, Stacey Maltin is quite good as Chrissie; she’s bubbly and energetic when she needs to be, but also selfish and hatable during the darker moments of the story"
"Maltin delivers a solid and fearless performance. Her script doesn’t sugarcoat the dangers they face. At times, viewers may feel uncomfortable with the choices these wayward women make. But that’s probably the point.
"Landing Up is a dark, yet heartfelt, story about resilience, love, and the will to dream even when the world tells us not to. Stacey Maltin does an excellent job as Chrissie; her struggle through the city is palpable, and the on-screen dynamic between Maltin and Hines is touching."
"Not often do you get a movie that you feel you haven’t seen before or heard the story told from a specific perspective. Landing Up is a quality independent film, with good performances and engaging plot.
"The film uses a very personal story to tell a universal one: everyone has internal struggles to deal with. When the heroine caves and opens her liquor cabinet, she finds a note-to-self saying: “Nice Try.” One AA meeting is not going to fix her problems, just like there are no easy fixes for anybody’s internal struggles."