Its hard-to-pin-down tone is frighteningly original -- simultaneously world-weary and adolescent with an aura of perpetual anxiety, as if the characters and filmmakers were in pursuit of a catharsis everyone knows will never come.
A tentative mixture of tearjerker and disaster movie, cautious due to the requirement that it bear witness to the true-life heroism, staying within the tonal range that is sanctioned for American films depicting 9/11.
WalMart's \"Site to Store\" service is more like \"Site to SORE\". What a terrible service. I went to pick up the item, which was priced higher than other places, and I waited 5 minutes at the \"site to store\" back room. When no one showed up I opened up the employee only door and yelled for help. Finally someone showed up to help me. Then it took them TEN minutes to find my product. Terrible Service.