This Uplifting Film Tells a Hero’s Story

With marketing genius — some would call it cynicism and crassness — Warner Bros. chose to release “Sully” two days before the 15th anniversary of 9/11. Certainly some viewers will shudder or close their eyes as “Sully’s” jetliner shrieks low by buildings. But this is the story of heroism and stoic competence, just as so much of the 9/11 story was about the courage and dedication of first responders.

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