Biographic movie of the witty, overachieving, hot-tempered Rudy Giuliani, spanning from his rising days as a New York district attorney in the early 1980s to his marriage to part-time actress Donna Hanover, to his candidacy for mayor of New York City and his controversial methods to tackle the city's crime and urban problems, as well as his romance with his assistant Cristyne Lategano which lead to the failure of his marriage, to his battle with prostate cancer, all leading up to the terrible day of September 11, 2001 which Guiliani himself narrowly escaped death after suicide terrorists hijacked and crashed two passenger airliners into the twin World Trade Center towers leading to their collapse in which Guiliani's toughness and spirited personality help calm the city's residents to face the chaos on that day which made him a national hero.
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Kailynn B (kr) wrote: Possibly one of the worst acted movie of all time. now I'm not religious, but my friend is, and she just loathed the main girl, calling her "pushy and self-righteous" the script was awful, the characters stupid, and the story line terrible. 2 hours of my time that could have been spent doing something more worthwhile , like watching the snow on my window melt
Craig G (us) wrote: Good stuff, but I think I liked Westway to the World more. Still nice that they covered the 101ers and the Mescalaros. I knew a lot of the interviewees but wish Temple had gone ahead and put their names up with their interview footage. Really insidery and alienating in that sense.
Asa B (ag) wrote: A little too 'out there' for me to fully enjoy.
Lina D (mx) wrote: This is a tear jerker movie. I wonder though that despite the very saddddddddd concept of the story,, this became a Christmas classic movie shown every year on TV. The first time I saw this movie in the theater, I was just 11 years old. Later on in life, I remember this movie that etched in my mind so deeply that the images were still very clear and wanting to watch it over and over again.
Erin B (jp) wrote: The songs are too dated, but it's a great story. Thelma Ritter's heartbreakingly hilarious.
Tyler S (us) wrote: love it... i jate to say the new one was better but with new technology i have to say it was. not to say if this technology was available they would have blown them out of the water... still one of the best classic westerns ever on my list.