Realizing How Precious Life is When a Horrific Event Occurs in the Film "World Trade Center"
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This paper reviews and analyzes Oliver Stone's film about the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. The paper focuses on the themes presented in the film, particularly that of hope. Although this review is positive toward the movie "World Trade Center," it does include some criticism toward the film. The reviewer concludes that the audience of "World Trade Center" should take away a message of hope.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Phillips, Michael. "'Trade Center' Wraps Itself in the Flag." Chicago Tribune. 9 Aug. 2006.
- Rich, B. Ruby. "Out of the Rubble." Sight and Sound. Oct. 2006. 29 Jan. 2007. <http://www.bfi.org.uk/sightandsound/feature/49320/>
- Wirt, John. "'World Trade Center' Moving and Deeply Personal Film." The Advocate. 18 Aug. 2006, p. 20.
- World Trade Center. Dir. Oliver Stone. Perf. Nicholas Cage, Michael Pena. Paramount Pictures, 2006.
Cite this Film Review:
Realizing How Precious Life is When a Horrific Event Occurs in the Film "World Trade Center" (2007, July 16) Retrieved July 02, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/realizing-how-precious-life-is-when-a-horrific-event-occurs-in-the-film-world-trade-center-96804/
"Realizing How Precious Life is When a Horrific Event Occurs in the Film "World Trade Center"" 16 July 2007. Web. 02 July. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/film-review/realizing-how-precious-life-is-when-a-horrific-event-occurs-in-the-film-world-trade-center-96804/>