Tom Hanks is good as always, but this is not his best role. "Sully" is a solid, bibliographical film that centers around the miracle landing on the Hudson River, but is not as triumphant as the actual event. Like any recent Clint Eastwood films, it has flaws. For instance, the special effects on the planes can be noticeable and ugly. If a film centers around the crashing of an plane, it has to look real so that we, the audiences, can feel the danger surrounding the characters. Plus, the way the filmmakers ended the film was too abrupt and didn't have any proper ending. It literally ended like it was saying, "That's it! That's the movie! Not much else to say". This film clearly proves that Clint Eastwood hasn't been keeping up with today's changes in the filmmaking world. This clearly shows that he's aging and his directing skills will no longer be tolerant as the years goes by. Time to make a change in your storytelling, Mr. Man with No Name.