Since it inspired on true events, you can read the real Sully’s official website here.
Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) is an US Airways pilot who, one day, took all risks to land his plane on Hudson River, and miraculously saved 155 lives, including him and his crews. While dubbed as the hero for the landing, later known as The Miracle of The Hudson, he and his first officer Jeff Skiles (Aaron Eckhart) faced allegations from the National Transportation Security Board for not returning to La Guardia Airport in NY, risking his passengers and his whole crews, and expecting for insurance instead.
8.9/10. I really love this movie, deep without making us sobbing too hard, well-told stories and superb actings from the actors (yea, like you don’t know Tom Hanks haha). Clint Eastwood is giving us the whole incident in flashbacks, which little by little put into the main plot cleverly, without making us confused at all. He delivered the whole emotions to us, from how a familyman and kind-hearted Sully keeps his low profile while dubbed as a hero, into his stressful life-changing trial. I’m not a big fan of drama movie, but this movie is good without making me bored.
A must see, btw.