March 23, 2017


Clint Eastwood is the real captain. His Wisdom in the art of cinema reflects Brilliantly on the celluloid with ease in SULLY. It’s a flight experience you must take. It’s a perception you must witness.
Clint Eastwood keeps a pace consistent throughout the film without any overwhelming turbulence of the averted tragedy or his inquiry committee process. He keeps it simple yet extraordinary.
Based on the true averted tragedy that emerged a real Hero Chesley Burnett “Sully” Sullenberger. Ultimate Heroes are emerged from the paths less travelled SULLY is definitely one great legendary example.
On January 15th, 2009 US Airways Flight 1549 barely three minutes after it took off, hits the flock of geese striking disaster failing both the engines, bringing in the best brains at work immediately for the safe landing. The options to land the flight at other neighboring runaways fail due to the altitude and time factor. SULLY decides to do the water landing on the Hudson River executing the best to save the passengers. The media and public hail him as a Hero soon after the news spread.
SULLY clears your vision giving you an IQ to think over the thoughtless simulations beyond technology. Technology with no proactive thinking cannot term Proactive thinking to human error. It is the Man who created the Technology, technology didn’t create any Man.  Brain has more power to think than robotic simulations following the program of if’s and then’s.
Fasten yourself to this wonderful cinematic experience; take this flight and be safe. You have SULLY.

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