“To me, The Departed and The Good Shepherd are masterpieces. The Departed is such a fast-paced demon of a movie, with its hilariously nasty dialogue and tough, smart performances, that I kept checking my watch because I didn’t want it to ever end. And the Robert De Niro-directed The Good Shepherd is The Godfather of CIA movies, a tense epic of business and family. It sets a new standard for cloak and dagger. But the film of the year, if not the decade, is United 93. Every American should see it. It was one of the most moving experiences I√É¬¢√¢‚Äö¬¨√¢‚Äû¬¢ve ever had in a theater, and it√É¬¢√¢‚Äö¬¨√¢‚Äû¬¢s a lasting monument to American courage.” — N.Y. Post critic Kyle Smith in a discussion with colleague Lou Lumenick.