22 Yards (2019)

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22 Yards: Directed by Mitali Ghoshal. With Barun Sobti, Amartya Ray, Rajit Kapoor, Panchi Bora. A dramatic portrayal of a victorious tale of a fallen cricket agent and a young cricketer.

“One of the most remarkable incidents of the 2000s was when U.S. Airways Flight 1549 landed in the Hudson River on January 15, 2009. All of the 155 passengers on the plane survived. This dramatization of the incident, starring Tom Hanks, tells the story of Captain Chesley Sullenberger, who pulled off the Miracle on the Hudson, as itu0026#39;s called. Hanks gives a solid performance as Sully, who is conflicted as to whether or not he endangered the lives of all of the people on board. Aside from the incident itself, most of the movie is dedicated to the debate over whether or not the plane could potentially have returned to LaGuardia. The FAA is made out to be a villain of sorts. Some may argue that this is not as interesting as the incident itself, or that it isnu0026#39;t good movie material. It still works as a film, as it is more about Sully himself than anything else. Director Clint Eastwood does a great job at telling the story, by cutting the incident into several scenes and having the rest be about how it affected Sullyu0026#39;s life, and that of his family. After the incident, Sully himself had to deal with PTSD, as well as the stress of instantly becoming a celebrity. His wife and daughters also had to deal with a constant bombardment of attention from the press. This is the focal point of the movie. Itu0026#39;s about the people, not the incident. In that regard, it is a very good movie, but if youu0026#39;re expecting it to be about the incident itself, go watch any of the documentaries made about it.”


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