World Trade Center (12A)

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Reviewer cyber
13/09/2011
Oliver Stone's epic account of the events of 9/11 is pure Hollywood and it can't match the realism of Paul Greengrass's astonishing United 93, but thanks to arresting lead performances from Nicolas Cage and Michael Pena combined with Stone's solid direction and gut-churning tension, it's a heroic and utterly compelling recreation of the day that shook the world that succeeds as an exhilerating disaster movie and a superior political drama. One of Stone's best.
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Reviewer Anonymous
30/01/2009
Overall WTC is a truly moving film. We experience scenes that break our hearts and will never be forgotten. the film makes us question who on earth is sick enough to do this to their fellow kind but it doesn't say anything that a documentary wouldn't have said better.
the film shows the courage of many people and even after the film when the characeters are lying in hosptial we can not forget the millions that died which makes it a true tribute to them all.
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