After reading the following review in World Magazine (www.worldmag.com), we went to see the film "World Trade Center." I think it was a movie that surprisingly portrays faithful marriage, love for God, and love for our fellow man. I recommend that you see it with some close friends, and focus on the way that love and faith are presented.
Shalom, Rabbi David
World Trade Center is sober, inspiring—and nothing like anything Oliver Stone has made before | Andrew Coffin
Oliver Stone's World Trade Center (rated PG-13 for intense and emotional content, some disturbing images and language) is bizarre and shocking, but for none of the anticipated reasons. The film can be described using a long list of adjectives never before associated with an Oliver Stone film: sober, inspiring, patriotic, uncynical, rousing, hopeful, sincere—even devout.
I highly recommend the recent Israeli film, Ushpizin (Now available on DVD for rental or purchase). It's a marvelous comedy about Sukkoth told through the life of a modern Hasidic Jew in Israel. The scene on breakthrough prayer is fantastic.