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Title: World Trade Center

Year Of Release: 2006

Review Date: January 31, 2007

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 129 minutes

Box Office Gross: $70,236,496 domestic $160,836,496 worldwide.

Recommendation: A film worth watching for its historical significance. Contains some inappropriate language.

Site Rating: 7 out of 10 stars

World Trade Center was a good effort at portraying the devastation that affected so many families due to September 11th. This film follows the story of two New York city Port Authority officers, John McLoughlin and William J. Jimeno, who were trapped beneath the rubble at Ground Zero.

The film goes through the full range of emotions they and their families felt as the whole ordeal unfolded. Parts of the film were very tough to watch, particularly the scenes with them trapped under the rubble in virtual darkness. The film used symbolism and surprisingly, Christian images as well, to add a lighter flare. Very good film.


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