I wasn't sure about this movie when I saw the trailers for it, and having seen it I'm still not sure anyone really needed to make or see this movie. Yes Sully was the hero and everyone got out alive, but the "conflict" was artificial and contrived and the end result inevitable. One reviewer called it "the perfect movie for our post-fact world", refering to how Sully's instincts were proven right even when the computer simulations all insisted he was wrong, and this is a reasonable summation. To be sure it was a pleasant way to spend 90 minutes or so, but I don't think the theatre's marquee is so jammed with bad movies that a mediocre one needs to be added.