Fox 411’s Roger Friedman has seen Oliver Stone‘s World Trade Center (Paramout, 8.9) and is calling it “an elegant, powerful, moving and genuinely personal document about the horrors that happened inside and outside of the World Trade Center.” He also says that “because of its scope, [it’s] grander than United 93 and perhaps has some loftier cinematic aspirations. And as much as it’s all about the real men and women whose acts of courage nearly got them killed that day, World Trade Center is nonetheless an Oliver Stone film through and through.”