All I can say is, everyone should see it, but no one will enjoy it.
I heard it was really good...I'll probably watch it over the weekend...
i really think that that movie is not necessary this soon after it. maybe
another 5 years, maybe another 10.... but not now...
is it meant to inspire patriotic sentiment, and unify us against terrorists? or is it just putting a few more dollars in someone's pocket... (i'm seriously asking this--it would almost be justified if all profits went to a good cause, but i don't really like someone benefitting from a tragedy just b/c they can't come up w/ anything original---just like everything else out of hollywood)
saw it a couple of hours ago... sad, but nicely done
It was on T.V. last night, I was too lazy to watch it, I tried to but it was too slow for me.
On TV? It just came out in theatres :laughing:
That was Flight 93, and it was a TV movie. This is United 93.
I would have thought the same thing...way too soon. But it was extremely
well made, and that much more powerful because the original day is still in
our minds. It wasn't patriotic at all, it was quite sad, and definately
didn't have any messages about terrorism.
It reminded me of the movie Elephant, which had barely any character development at all, it just left us to figure it out as the people in the movie had to themselves.
The reason I think everyone should see this movie is because I feel that it did the passengers of that flight justice to see what they went through. I felt for them much more, seeing their terrible journey and how it ended. It really is a tribute to them.
honestly... i really dont think the people of America are ready for this movie... it is much too soon. i mean i already got an email on the Da Vinci Code saying how "it goes compleatly against the bible and it is judging jesus" people cant get over that its just a movie. considering how mad people are getting over the Da Vinci Code.... people will go crazy with this movie
Apparently it got really good reviews on Rotten Tomatoes...
I'm baffled. Exactly how did they make a movie about this when no one who
was on the plane survived? Would it suffice to say that (in retrospect)
this movie would be placed under the same category as the DaVinci
Code...being marketed as based on facts when in reality, a lot of it is
I'm not trying to say these people shouldn't be remembered, but I think it important that we don't blur the lines of reality and hollywood.
Does your email buddy think you can do something about the movie?
i think the only factual information that we have is the black boxes from the planes and the phone calls that were made describing the situation....
I bet all the heroes are good looking and the whimps are sideshow material.:wink2:
no, and thats the thing... they can protest it all they want but i dont know why they cant just leave it go... its just a movie :banghead:
I think you are being sarcastic, but either way, the heroes were quite
average Joe, and the terrorists were quite clean and well put together.
One of the main players of the movie was actually played by himself. I
don't remember what exactly his job was, but he was head of some national
air traffic department (or something).
Am I the only one who went and saw this movie?
i saw it....