Are entertainment journalists ready at long last to stop using that same tired-ass lead in their stories about United 93, to wit: “Is America ready for a film like this”? I’m ready for this question to go away and stay away starting right now. The straw that broke it was Lou Lumenick‘s New York Post story. You can tell he likes the film, but Lumenick is the second critic to get it wrong about the now-removed statement — “America’s war on terror had begun” — that appeared on the closing credits in an unfinished digital version of the film. (The Village Voice‘s Dennis Lim was the first.) The finished version, screened in Beverly Hills Tuesday night, ends with the words “Dedicated to those Americans who lost their lives on September 11, 2001”.