Friday, September 9

Review: Sully



Tom Hanks brings out the big guns in Sully

With most knowing the story of the Miracle on the Hudson, the amazing landing of US Airways plane on the Hudson River in New York, this movie knew it had to go deep into the mind so it wouldn't just be something that you already know. That's what makes this movie good. It shows a different side of the whole miracle that happen.

With Clint Eastwood as the director, you know this movie is going to be top notch, and it is. Clint Eastwood knows how to bring out the right amount of emotion to make you feel what the character is feeling as an audience member.

Aaron Eckhart plays the co-pilot Jeff Skiles. Thank goodness Aaron Eckhart was in this movie. As the movie hit a lot of struggles that Sully went through, Eckhart's character was the coemdy relief we needed as the audience. He helped keep the movie lighter and moving in the direction it needed to go.

You should probably go and see this movie in the theater. This movie is going to bring back Tom Hanks to the top, where he always belongs.

3 out of 5

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Billy Billy (Editor) - Billy has seen many movies over the years. He enjoys comedies and anything action, including the summer blockbuster movies. You can follow Billy on Twitter here.


17 comments:

  1. Great movie. Tom Hanks is exceptional

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  2. Tom Hanks does a great job again. Great movie.

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  3. Excellent movie - Digs deep into the life of a proclaimed hero and provides a great picture on what Pilot Sully dealt with personally, not only with the attention he received from the media but the scrutiny they portrayed in him dealing with the investigation of the National Transportation Safety Board. Although I don’t know how accurate the depiction is on how the NTSB "Grilled" him during the aftermath, but it definitely shows what a normal person has to physically and mentally deal with when an event like this happens, especially on such a very personal level. I think this was one of Eastwood's best directed films so far and Tom Hanks excels as usual. I'd recommend this movie to anyone, especially to the ones who remember this event 7 years ago.

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  4. Really want to see this.

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  5. Excited to see this!

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  6. Sully is a brilliant man who stood up to the Government NTSB who basically said you are guilty until proven innocent. This wonderful movie is all about Sully, our audience gave two rounds of applause. Tom Hanks and Clint Eastwood, Bravo to each.

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  7. Definitely an Oscar contender for best actor for Tom Hanks. The movie seemed rushed to release but it's still an amazing, feel good film. Definitely see it in the theater - the plane scenes are very realistic!

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  8. i saw the interview with Sully on cbs and he said it was a true movie and approved how Hanks portrayed him. cant wait to see this movie.

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  9. After reading all your comments I am even more frustrated that I mind on movies had no more preview tix for me. Alas.

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  10. looking forward to it

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  11. hands down great movie! Tom Hanks is amazing as always

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  12. great movie!! Loved it

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  13. Totally loved this film. I'm in North Carolina so quite familiar with the story. Tom Hanks did a great job. I had no idea all of the scrutiny that Sully went through after the Miracle on the Hudson. Clint Eastwood did a fantastic job directing this film I'm sure they'll be Oscar nominations for this one.

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  14. Deanna "AWESOMENESS" WallaceSeptember 19, 2016 at 10:03 AM

    I'm really wanting to see this movie

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  15. This was an awesome movie - I don't remember this happening but glad I saw the movie to find out about the remarkable landing the pilots did to save the lives of many people. I love movies based on true life facts.

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  16. This movie is truly inspiring. The choice he made in a split second saved all those people lives. I loved it

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