There’s a 4.9 Time story, written by Richard Corliss and reported by Clayton Neuman and Rebecca Winters, about the various 9/11 films, and it includes these comments from Andrea Berloff about World Trade Center (Paramount, 8.11), which she wrote the screenplay for: “It’s a boy-down-a-well saga with no politics. This is a small story. We’re in the hole with these two guys for practically the whole movie. You don’t want people leaving theaters slitting their wrists. I don’t think the world is ready for the Towering Inferno version of 9/11. I don’t know how you would make that movie.” I don’t want to see an Irwin Allen 9/11 movie either, but Berloff’s description of World Trade Center doesn’t sound much like a film directed by Oliver Stone, does it? “In the hole,” indeed.