Considering the indelibility of the material it dealt with and its celebrated director, “World Trade Center” might rightfully be called one of the most overlooked films of 2006. At its release last August, the film posted only modest box-office scores, despite a generally favorable critical response. Considering the sorrow and despair we have come to associate with America’s most tragic day, it isn’t a surprise that many audiences stayed away.

But Oliver Stone’s (“JFK,” “Platoon,” “Born on the Fourth of July”) film isn’t about the unimaginable horror our nation was introduced to that day; instead, it’s the harrowing, yet uplifting story of two of just 20 people to be rescued from the wreckage at the World Trade Center site – John McLoughlin (Nicolas Cage, “National Treasure”) and Will Jimeno (Michael Pe

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