The TriBeCa Film Festival opened in New York last night, and the first film spooled was the controversial "United 93", which depicts the events that took place on board the ill-fated flight on September 11th, 2001.
With one decent take on this already done in made-for-TV form, this is Hollywood's first go at the topic. Thankfully - and suprisingly - the initial feedback I am seeing is pretty positive (i.e., the film is rooted in facts, low on embellishment and does not cut corners to appease people).
Blogger Debbie Schlussel was there and gives her take HERE.
Props and thanks to Tammy Bruce for the review link.
Some good advice from the legendary Ray Stevens.
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