Review date: December 16.
I viewed the movie in Columbus, Ohio. The audience, a capacity crowd, was hushed through much of the film. It was a great movie with a timeless message of emotional survival. As a graduate of Marshall, from the hometown of one of the unidentified players, the events had special meaning.
Later, as I ruminated over the film, I realized that, on 9/11, the jet that crashed into the Pentagon had flown over Mason County and through the same airspace near where the Marshall plane had crashed. The message of survival and the need to continue living, whatever the decade, was reinforced.