Let It Fly - Netflix
Yue Feng, Ao Xiang, and Shen Li Xing were all learning overseas to be plane pilots. Once they have all returned to Taiwan, Ao Xiang starts his is own surf shop, and Shen Li Xing takes over management of a bar. Yue Feng becomes a flight instructor, and finds that the flight institution he works at has a new principal which turns out to be his flight instructor, Rong Yi. Not only does Rong Yi does not approve of Yue Feng's teaching methods, he is also not impressed with the love triangle between his daughter Rong Hao Yi and his two students Yue Feng and Ao Xiang. Along the way, they also meet Rong Hao Yi's best friend, Ma Yu Qing; her brother, Rong Hao Yang, and a girl travelling the world, Yao Ai Ai. Not only do they need to deal with new friendships and relationships, but most importantly they need to figure out how to communicate with the tough Rong Yi.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Let It Fly - Let It Fly (Jonny Diaz album) - Netflix
Let It Fly is the third studio album from Christian singer-songwriter Jonny Diaz, which it released on April 8, 2014 by Centricity Music, and its producers are Brent Milligan and Jeff Pardo.
Let It Fly - Critical reception - Netflix
Let It Fly garnered critical acclaim from six music critics ratings and reviews. Grace S. Aspinwall of CCM Magazine rated the album four stars out of five, stating that the release is “A cheerful, breezy, summer soundtrack, Let It Fly is a work of art”, which is “a meticulous record”, and “Every track is well written and creatively arranged, revealing more depth and maturing than his previous work.” At Indie Vision Music, Jonathan Andre rated the album four stars out of five, stating that the release is “powerful”. Jono Davies of Louder Than the Music rated the album four stars out of five, writing that the album has to grow on you and when it does it becomes “music to make you smile.” At Christian Music Zine, Joshua Andre rated the album four and a fourth out of five, saying that the songs are a “vulnerable collection of acoustic and pop gems”, which he is at “his brilliant best.” Laura Chambers of Christian Music Review rated the album four-and-a-half stars out of five, remarking how “Let It Fly promises us that the difference between victory and defeat is faith in a God who is willing to use us [...] if we're willing to trust him.” At Jesus Wired, Maddy Agers rated the album nine out of ten stars, calling it “awesome music”.
Let It Fly - References - Netflix