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World Trade Center
Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone tells the true story of the heroic survival and rescue of two Port Authority policemen -- John McLoughlin and Will Jimeno -- who were trapped in the rubble...  View more >

Starring Nicolas Cage, Michael Pena, Maggie Gyllenhaal...  View more >

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Aug 10, 2006
The depiction of the horrors those men and women went through was spot on. We can only begin to imagine the horrors the people of New York and Washington went through.

America needs to constantly reminded of what the world is facing and this movie brings does that.

My only problem with the movie: When showing the shock felt around the world they did not show any Muslims Dancing with joy in the Streets.
Aug 12, 2006
Very powerful movie - be prepared to have your heart broken
Aug 17, 2006
One of the best movies of 2006 and the second film after \"United 93\" in telling the tragic day of 9/11. Director Oliver Stone\'s movie \"World Trade Center\" centers on telling to story of two police officers (Nicholas Cage and Michael Pena) who are trapped below the wreckage of the twin towers and survived. Not only the performance of Cage and Pena\'s brilliant but performances from the wives, played by Maggie Gyllanhaal (who reminds me of a young Annette Bening) and Maria Bello. I hope those two women get Best Supporting Oscar nods. \"United 93\" has taken one angle of the horrors of 9/11, now \"World Trade Center\" has taken another angle. Also noted that Stone has done a great job of recalling the sad day of 9/11. He also deserves an Oscar nod as Best Director. This film should be seen in classrooms that study history. This film takes us back to a sad day.\"World Trade Center\" will have us recalling where we were on 9/11.
Aug 22, 2006
Aug 27, 2006
Sep 9, 2006
Not as good as \"United 93\", but powerful nonetheless.
Oct 13, 2012

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