(Oddly, the Internet Movie Database lists the movie as "United 93".)
I feel the same way about the movie. I just do not have a desire to see this movie. Why? I do not know.
I do not want to see it because nobody really knows what occurred on that plane. Remember the lies we were told by the government about Jessica Lynch and Pat Tillman? The film will be nothing more than a speculatve piece of propaganda.
I saw the trailer at a movie recently and had a mini panic attack. That's why I don't want to see it. It was difficult to watch the preview, how hard can it be to watch the whole movie?
Could it be that plane was actually shot down by a missile that Rummy ordered? He actually mentioned something of the sort in an interview. Kinda like Anon 10:52 says, nobody really knows what occurred ON that plane, or TO that plane. And there are questions about what Scott "let's roll" really said. Sadly, we'll probably never know.
Sorry, it should have been Todd "let's roll". Don't want ya'll thinking I'm a conspiracy freak or anything.
If this movie were not about what might have happened aboard an aircraft that crashed on 9-11 the plot would rank as a weak TV movie of the week.Rather than substance and talent the producers are banking on the emotions of the U.S. population to make this film a box office success.
Ditto on the original post. I know that I will never see it - probably for more reasons that even I know about.
I have no desire to see the Movie either ...Working on the Flight Line at American Airlines I lead the teams of people who were sent on board to look for "Knives & other Weapons" after the crashes. (Nothing was EVER found)Everyday at work I see the names of the people (Friends and Family) that hang from our Control Tower that paid the ultimate price for being nothing but AMERICANS ...I do not want to relive that day nor would I want to tarnish the memories of these people ...
Dec 7th 1941
The title on the internet United 93, might have been the name of the tv movie that came out on A&E(I believe that was the station) a few months ago. That movie was so sad, so I doubt I will be able to handle seeing the one in the theater.
We all know what the movie is going to show, and it will be so sad and scary. Are we as a society so morbid that we want to see it on a movie? That's sad.
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