Sully 2016 Review

Lifting the true story of Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger legendary actor Tom Hanks as Sully succeeded in creating an atmosphere of events that moment as real as possible. US Airways plane with flight number 1549 which brought Sully online  suddenly suffered engine damage due to collision with a flock of birds. Sully had to make a decision for an emergency landing plane over the Hudson River.

Although he managed to save the lives of 155 passengers, Sully were originally used as a national hero was suddenly faced with the process of the investigation the National Transportation Safety Board, or NTSB that vote has been poor decisions. He also faced charges.

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As a biopic, Sully was not at all boring. Slow groove actually make people have the time to understand all forms of information detailed in the film.

Sully gave the audience a lot of knowledge about how an incident or accident investigation process plane running. Not only that, the film also illustrates how the pilot should be able to take the best decision at the right time, for the safety of passengers.

Warner Bros. held a movie screening in IMAX Sully Gandaria City overnight, 7 September 2016, also invited a number of Indonesian pilot to see the biopic.

From the point of view of the pilot, what happened and how Captain Sully taking decisions is a real commonly faced a pilot. The film is rated not exaggerating the story.

“The film was made se-real as possible, approaching reality, all the environment was also trying to support closer to reality,” said Capt. Bambang Adisurya, Executive Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Pilots on VIVA.co.id.

Meanwhile, as Technical Director, Capt. Aditya Barlianto, films Sully had given him extraordinary impression, that what happened on the plane, the considerations taken a different captain with a simulation.

“And it was, the problem of simulation 17 times. People make decisions is not that fast, no lag time, can not be repeated,” he said. According to them, this film wants to uplift the human factors in addition to technological factors in each plane incident.

“People are now always at her if there was a plane crash, always plant aircraft, the airline, the same regulator, always looking for the right to survive,” he said.

According to the captain who had been flying for 21 years, the film is mandatory viewing and could be a lesson for all people.

“It’s a lesson for all. Regulator, the government, this should be watching. These operators, pilots, journalists. If we can sit together. It’s a good thing.”

Sully movie directed by Clint Eastwood and got the response is quite positive, with 78 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. “Hanks remove optimism and simplicity that makes Sullenberger figure who loved the media after the incident,” wrote critic from USA Today, Brian Truitt.

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