The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis Part 3

Continued from part 2. Fact-Checking Something else to consider. Aside from the bullshit reasons for trying to keep the film off the air, and the reasons for keeping the film off of DVD/Blu-Ray distribution (so far succeeding on that front), it would be a good idea to bring up the criticisms the film is facing. … Continue reading The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis Part 3

The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 2

Rating: 4/5 Note: See part 1 for more information on this film. Analysis of the Film The film is made in a Paul Greengrass style (ironic, considering that United 93 was released in the same year, as was Oliver Stone's World Trade Center; 2006 was quite a year for 5 year 9/11 anniversary films), and … Continue reading The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 2

The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 1

  This film is banned in the United States. The Path to 9/11 was originally released as a 2-part miniseries in 2006 on ABC, produced by ABC and Disney, written by Cyrus Nowrasteh. It's a docudrama that recreates/dramatizes the events from the 1993 World Trade Center bombing (which itself is dramatized in a made for … Continue reading The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 1

United 93 Review

Source: https://www.filmonpaper.com/posters/united-93-one-sheet-advance-usa/ "We have some planes." Now this is more like it. A big step up from World Trade Center. Jesus what an emotional gut-punch those final seconds are.   A Review and Comparison to World Trade Center In order for me to talk about this film, I'm going to have to make comparisons between … Continue reading United 93 Review

World Trade Center Review

Welp, I've officially started my film countdown to the 15 year 9/11 anniversary, which just so happens to be the 10 year anniversary of this film, and of 2 other significant 9/11 films. 2006 was quite a year. I was hesitant to watch this film at first because I heard it was boring, with most … Continue reading World Trade Center Review