A hero resolves problems, knows what is important, and is smart. Sully is a clear example of a hero. In January 23, 1951 Chesley Burnett ‘Sully’ Sullenburger was born in Denison, Texas, where he got interested in flying when he saw military jets at Perrin Air Force Base, which was close to his home. At age sixteen, Sully could fly an Aeronca 7DC. He served in the military 1969 until 1980. During 1980, Sully joined US Airways, and was piloting flight 1549, which was later deemed the Miracle on the Hudson. During the Miracle on the Hudson, Sully faces the task of saving 155 passengers with the aid of First Officer Jeffery Skies, and succeeds. The public then hailed him as a hero. The problem in Sully’s situation is saving people on the plane,
“Oh no, here she comes well it can’t be so bad” I thought as my mother came towards me. “How was your day honey?” I replied with a simple, “Good, thank you” obviously lying since, I had just failed my first test ever. “Are you sure? You look kinda down.” Under the pressure of guilt, I handed my mom my paper and braced myself. My mother looked at the paper confused for a bit...then her eyes widened bigger than I could ever imagine someone could. “What is this...this is a joke correct?” She was so shocked she didn’t know what to do she exclaimed, then, she called my
"You can take spears if you want but I shan't. What's the good? I'll have to be led like a dog, anyhow. Yes, laugh. Go on, laugh. There's them on this island as would laugh at anything. And what happened? What's grown-ups goin' to think? Young Simon was murdered.
"Isn't it good we're being rescued. If my hunters and I hadn't kept the fire going." Jack smirked at his comment, showing no attempt to hide his pride. Ralph's fury bubbled over the surface at Jack's snide comment. "You let the fire go out. We could have been saved when the first ship went by but you and your hunters," he spat the word, "let it go out. Piggy and I kept the fire in check until you stole the fire we would have gladly given you. Then you burned the whole island down." Ralph exclaimed while he struggled to get his rage under control. "If it weren't for Piggy the fire never would have been lit in the first place. We were rescued thanks to him but because of you and Roger he will never go
She was sitting in one chair and her feet were propped up on another. Alannah admired her black boots, and made a mental note to ask her where she had gotten them. Nealie was so in grossed in something on her cell phone that she hadn't even heard Alannah walk in. For being in her mid forties, she still acted like a teenager. Alannah thought. "Nealie…" Alannah began. "Oh, shite in a bucket Alannah, you scared me half to death," Nealie exclaimed jumping to her feet and hurriedly stuffed her phone in her pocket as if she were hiding something. Alannah smiled at the use of the Irish saying. "Sorry I just came to get a broom to sweep up the bits of glass I broke," Alannah told her. "I heard some commotion out there, what was that all about?" "Some jerk decided to order a piece of my ass with his burger and I dumped my drink on him," Alannah said, laughing at how it sounded. "I'm sorry, I'll pay for it, I just hate being talked to like that." "Well, in that case don't worry about it. Good for you for standing up to that jerk, baby," Nealie said, kissing Alannah on the forehead. She reached into her pockets and pulled out a twenty dollar bill and handed it to Alannah. "For telling that asshole were to stick it." "But - Finn probably scared him off more than me." Alannah tried to protest.
Sully’s actions might help him and his sister. For one, he knows the boat inside and out and Scoot’s current situation. Plus, he knows how it started and where it will end and he knows he doesn’t have much time so he has to work hastily.
Sully and The Imitation Game are set apart more than 50 years, individually examine the phenomenon of surviving against all odds, and the fascination the public has with any such hero. Mutually Eastwood and Tyldum develop this theme in presenting their characters as national heroes. Eastwood’s story of protagonist Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger depicts how ex-army now commercial pilot, ditches a plane in the Hudson river as an emergency landing, saving everyone on board. The essence of this story is that not only is Sully cast as an instant national hero, but ironically is revealed behind the scenes as somewhat of rogue and accused of endangering lives. Clearly, the fascination from the public of Sully is not always shared from those behind the
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“Would you rather have me living in hideouts the rest of my life, always on the run?” Johnny asked Dally seriously. They were in the car on the way back to the church, and Johnny was gettin’ on Dally’s nerves. He opened his mouth to answer but nothin’ came out when he saw the disaster.
As Edwin climbed out of the skiff he examined the luggage that Cole and peter had. Cole started loading the skiff and they left the island. As they headed towards Minneapolis no one said a word. Garvey broke the silence by saying “I’m glad you were willing to help champ.”
Because Sully is based off an event that involves an airplane, the safety personnel had to get involved to investigate the cause if the accident. Due to the fact that the National Transportation Safety Board is made up of many highly intelligent people, there was bound to give way to issues that arrived between the captain who landed the plane, Captain Sully, and the National Transportation Safety Administration know as NTSB for short. The NTSB was in charge of investigating the event because it deals with transportation. Matthew Lickona and Scott Marks are both movie critics who work for the San Diego Reader. Both authors