- United 93
The filmmakers got it right.
BY DAVID BEAMER
Thursday, April 27, 2006 12:01 a.m. EDT
The calendar says it's April 25, 2006. At noon, my wife, Peggy, and I are walking around Battery Park--near the Tribeca area--in New York. It is our first time. The flowers are blooming; kids are fishing; people boarding the ferry to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Kids are laughing and noisy. The sun is shining. The vendors are hawking T-shirts, pretzels and some "designer" wares. And just up the street there is a hole in the skyline and in the ground.
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Since I have time to kill Saturday night as the wife and her sister are going to see Tim and Faith in Rosemont (and I get to play driver) I think I'll head back to Schaumburg and see this movie.