Then apparently you’ll like Oliver Stone’s new World Trade Center movie.

As someone who lived in New York that day, I have no desire to re-live it. I didn’t see Flight 93 and I won’t see this movie. At least not until I want to relive that day. Apparently Paramount thinks I’m not alone:

[T]he studio has posted no outdoor advertising – on subways, billboards, construction sites or the sides of buildings – in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

It seems to support my theory that people outside of the tri-state area interpret the events of 9/11 very differently than the tri-staters, who lived through them. But I guess every movie has to be marketed. And if it can be sold as “the greatest pro-American, pro-family, pro-faith, pro-male, flag-waving, God Bless America film you will ever see” then there’s no reason beyond basic ethics to sell it that way.