There’s some good to take from 9/11, a realization for which I was totally unprepared. In some ways, director Martin Guigui’s film reads like a made-for-TV movie exploiting America’s defining moment (for now) of the 21st Century; that’s down to casting and arriving direct to streaming and DVD, mostly, though some aspects of the plot also inevitably contribute to the movie’s lowly guise. However if you give 9/11 a chance you’ll get more than you bargained for.
But to start, how can one expect anything other than a misguided schlock-fest from a 9/11 movie starring 9/11-truther Charlie Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg, and Luis Guzman? I mean, if I knew that at one point in the movie I’d be riveted by Goldberg using an intercom to describe a technical diagram to Guzman, I would have called myself crazy. But here we are.
9/11 finds Sheen playing a Wall Street executive (a st…Read the entire review