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Title: Flight 93

Year Of Release: 2006

Review Date: December 2006

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 90 Minutes

Box Office Gross: Made For TV

Recommendation: A film American and western terrorist sympathizers need to watch. A sad movie that shows what happens to the victims of terrorism and their families

Site Rating: 7 out of 10 stars

Flight 93 is about the September 11th United Airlines flight that crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. This hijacked airplane was believed to be headed for the White House.

The film had the passenger, rushing to catch a flight he is late for. Thatís happened to many people. But it makes you wonder sometimes of why things happen when there are delays in our plans and that sometimes they are for the best. The film shows the passengers ambushing the terrorists on the flight and overtaking them, sending the plane into a field in Pennsylvania.

There were conspiracy theories about United Flight 93, stating it was shot down by the U.S. Government so as not to hit the White House, the seat of the countryís government.

No matter how you slice it, terrorists are responsible for what happened in that they hijacked a plane full of innocent people. Those people didnít deserve to be terrified and scared out of their wits at what was in store for them. Those people certainly didnít deserve to die like that. It was heartbreaking to watch, and even worse, because you know it really happened to real people.

I donít care what your views and beliefs are, what happened to innocent people on that flight is unconscionable. No possible excuse could be given as justification for it. It was wrong, full stop.

I donít care whether you hail from here or not in the what grudges you have against America, innocent people meeting this type of an end can never be right.

What an immoral world we live in. Thatís all you can think of when you see things like that transpire. It should also be a driving force for federal law enforcement to be on the ball and make sure everything that can be done is being done.

In this world we should all strive to be better people. Regardless of what country you come from, violence against innocent people is not right. It never will be. It is imperative that we learn to resolve our differences diplomatically and in the end, if we cannot come to an agreement, we must agree to disagree and walk away.


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