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The unforgettable true story of the courageous rescue and survival of two port authority policemen who were trapped in the rubble on september 11, 2001 after they volunteered to go in and help.


Studio Paramount
SKU 203378205
UPC 097363466840
UPC 14 00097363466840
Format DVD
Release Date 6/12/2013
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.85:1
Name Cage,Nicolas
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Name Oliver Stone
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Cast & Crew
Andrea Berloff - Screenplay
David Brenner - Editor
Frank Whaley - Actor
Jan Roelfs - Production Designer
Jay Hernandez - Actor
John McLoughlin, et. al. - Based On True Story As Related By
Julie Monroe - Editor
Maggie Gyllenhaal - Actor
Maria Bello - Actor
Michael Pena - Actor
Nicolas Cage - Actor
Norman Golightly - Executive Producer
Oliver Stone - Producer
Oliver Stone - Director
Richard L. Johnson - Art Director
Seamus McGarvey - Cinematographer
Stephen Dorff - Actor
Tom Wright - Actor
ReviewSource Variety
Review Attempting to convey a macro vision of Sept. 11 through a micro lens, Oliver Stone is to be credited for presenting this challenging, fact-based story with admirable restraint, a quality that has not always characterized his past directorial efforts. Yet these events -- which require no dramatic embellishment -- by their nature result in a claustrophobic film, as two port authority cops lie buried in rubble struggling to survive. As such, "World Trade Center" yields lovely and touching moments but proves a slow-going, arduous movie experience, if more uplifting than Universal's earlier test of that historic day's box office potential, "United 93."
Reviewer Brian Lowry
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource DVD Talk
Review Last spring's brilliant "United 93" was a stomach-churning, unflinching look at September 11th though a chronicle of tragedy and murder. It was devastating and unforgettable filmmaking. Oliver Stone uses an alternative path with "World Trade Center," dramatizing a singular event in the middle of all the destruction and pain to help remind the world that there was still hope at large, even in the eye of the hurricane..."World Trade Center" does have moments of unbearable horror for more sensitive viewers, but there is a dominant mood of optimism in the middle of all the debris that is more than worth the time invested in this perfectly executed historical drama.
Reviewer Brian Orndorf
ReviewRating 10
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review Turning back the calendar to the morning of September 11, 2001 is a risky proposition for any director, and not to be undertaken lightly. Paul Greengrass succeeded brilliantly with his United 93 and now Oliver Stone, never one to back away from a challenge, has decided to tell another story under the 9/11 umbrella. His film, World Trade Center, comes unencumbered by the director's baggage. There is no political message. There are no conspiracy theories. And the camerawork is straightforward, lacking the over-the-top flourishes that have hampered some of the director's recent efforts. World Trade Center is Stone's most potent motion picture since Platoon, and may be the most accessible across-the-board since Wall Street.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 9
DVD, Widescreen, English, Spanish, Dolby, Dolby Digital (5.1), No Longer Produced
Product Attributes
Actor Cage,Nicolas
Label Paramount Home Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
David Ansen, NewsWeek ...celebrates the ties that bind us, the bonds that keep us feels like the 9/11 movie we need.
David Denby, The New Yorker ...very powerful.
Jack Mathews, New York Daily News harrowing as moviegoing gets.
Kirk Honeycutt, The Hollywood Reporter ...achieves emotional power and an uplifting ending.
Richard Schickel, Time ...glorifies that which is best in the American spirit.
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