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  1. God, I watched about 1/2 of that trailer, and had to shut it down. Isn’t it just a little early to be making money off of the deaths of over a 1,000 people? And here’s two of them in the same damn summer, and neither of them really exploring very much, just “presenting the facts”.

    Blagh, I’ll pass on this one like I did for Flight 93, but I’ll still make fun of it on my own site ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Yeah, I really do object to these at this juncture. I haven’t seen the United 93 movie, and don’t intend to. It may be an excellent film……but all it is is one director’s idea of what MIGHT have happened on that plane. I don’t like that.

    And as for this Oliver Stone movie….if I wanted to relive 9/11, all I have to do is go online and find the videos of it. I don’t need a dramatic film by a once-great now-questionable filmmaker.

  3. at least they had the decency not to release it on 9/1//2006.

    but I guess the statute of limitations on not making $$ off a national tragedy like this is 5 years.

    my 2ยข worth

  4. skip the fiction and look at the facts if you haven’t already: go to google video and watch the _Loose Change 2nd Edition_ video (currently located in the #1 spot).

  5. It really doesn’t look that good at all. That’s one bad moustache. I’m somewhat relieved that Stone’s movie doesn’t appear to be based on some wacko conspiracy theory, though.

    There actually has been at least one decent 9/11 movie made already: The Guys, with Sigourney Weaver and Anthony LaPaglia was pretty good. And it came out in 2002.

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