Aishwarya Manthaon 10th Jan 2007, 9:59pm | Permalink
I haven't watched the movie yet. I will, over the coming few weeks. The rating is for the review: Absolutely fantastic review. Very mature and beautiful english. Loved reading every syllable :) Good job Samrat.
World Trade Center, Oliver Stone's paean to the bravery of America, through his retelling of a courageous real life story, is one of the toughest films I have had to form an opinion on. Unlike United 93 before it, this is not a dark, brooding study of the frailties of human behavior during the 9/11 attacks. It is a straightforward story about survival, courage and hope, and frankly, something I did not expect from Stone.
This is the story of Will Jimeno and John McCloughlin, two Port Authority officers who rush to help when the towers are attacked and inevitably begin to collaps....