Sully has been nominated by many critics as a top film of the year. I knew why many critics loved the film. Sully rejects landing a plane that lost both engines safely on the Hudson River and saving the lives of all 155 passengers makes him a hero. He insists that he was just doing his job. He also insists that he was not doing the alone. There was his co-pilot, the crew, the emergency response team of NYC.
*Sully* promotes that romantic version that skilled human beings can make better decisions than computers. Yes, that is true sometimes but clearly not always. My expectations about the film were so high that the film could not quite deliver for me. Yes, it is a good film but it is not a must-see film.