This movie was so amazing. I loved it. I liked how they showed different scenario outcomes depending on what decisions he made. At first I was confused on how they started it but then it made sense. This man had an option between two airports but chose to land in the water. It was kind of smart. I wasn't a fan that the insurance people tried to say that he was able to save the plane when there was no option. It took them until the hearing to prove he was right. If he had returned to LaGuardia Airport they would have landed in the water but they would have hit the runway and died. If he had chosen Teterboro Airport he would of hit a building. I think that they shouldn't have questioned it for he saved everyone on the plane. 155 people including himself. I also liked how they showed the accident from different points of view. The pilots',the ferry guy,and the bridge. Another thing that bugged me about the council people was that they recreated it but they practiced 17 times just to do it. They didn't have the experience Sully had when he was flying the actual plane. How was that even the same? Even after a 35 second delay it would have ended badly for the plane so he had no choice but the water. I think he made the right choice. I liked how he shared the credit with all the others. The flight attendants,the police,the ferries, and the ambulances. He's right though. They all helped. Though I still think he's a hero. This movie is worth seeing. Also the make up people did a good job. Tom looked very similar to the real Sully as did Laura to the wife. I really like the end with the real pictures and footage of the real passengers and the captain.