« Thread started on: Apr 30th, 2006, 11:02am »
This is easily the most powerful movie I have seen in ages. From what I understand, most people are skipping this due to, "Oh it's too early" views. Perhaps they are right on the timing, but that has nothing to do with the quality of the film. United 93 was made with to give the passengers more credit and remembrance and they are given today, and hopefully people will now see that this is one of the greatest American feats in history and deserves to be taught to our children down the line. It's made very carefully and very tastefully (for instance there isn't a big 'lets roll' speech). Everything here is realistically portrayed and makes you remember what paranoia did to us all that day. I'm not one for saying this, but I encourage everyone to see this movie.