Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" gained positive remarks from conservatives and critics.
Future looks bright for Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center." The dramatic feature about 9/11 tragedy has satisfyingly garnered support from numerous prominent conservatives rallied by Creative Response Systems, the publicity firm credited with devising the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth campaign, so the New York Times has reported Thursday, July 27.
Among them who praised the movie, L. Brent Bozell has been quoted to laud it as "a masterpiece" while urging his followers to see the film. Some other critics have also given positive comments on the picture, including syndicated columnist Cal Thomas who considered it "one of the greatest pro-American ... films you will ever see."
A Paramount Pictures production, "World Trade Center" depicts the true story of the heroic survival and rescue of two Port Authority policemen during the 9/11 incident. Starring notable names like Nicolas Cage, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Maria Bello, Gary Stretch, Michael Pena, and Jay Hernandez, pic is scheduled to meet an August 9 release this year.