I didn't really know what to expect with this one - obviously a Big Important Film about 9/11, pretty good cast, based on a popular and acclaimed book, but middling reviews - so when I got a free ticket, I knew I would at least get my money's worth. I really liked it - it's difficult watching the grief ripple through everyone's lives, but the actors do a great job of expressing the pain. Parts of the story are a little too neat, and others have holes, but I can overlook the minor flaws with so much else keeping my attention. It took me back to the Houston hotel room where I watched that morning unfold, and I can't tell if I like it more or less because of that. Thomas Horn was excellent as the young boy, and Tom Hanks makes an idealized father come across as real, but the entire cast delivers strong performances. It's worth seeing even though (perhaps because?) it takes you so strongly back to 9/11.