I'm torn. I admire Sullenberger and Skiles and their actions and wonder whether it might be best left alone. I am sure with the cast and director, it'll be as good as it can be - on the other hand, it will necessarily be over-dramatised and probably wander down some speculative paths that seem disrespectful. That and the inevitable inaccuracies that accrue during any aviation-related film (well all films really, but we notice these ones lol).
Hell i'll probably catch it on Apple TV.
I'm going to wait on it; Not because I don't want to see it, but my wife would want to see it as well, and since she's legally blind, seeing it in the theaters would be hard for her. So we'll be waiting regardless.
I agree with you on being torn; If they stick true to the events (which there is more than enough documentation on that), it should be good; but on the other side of that, it's hard to make a 110-120 minute movie out of a 20 - 25 minute event, unless they start from everyone getting on the flight and not make up some storyline before the flight. So I agree on also wanting to leave it alone.
We up here in NorCal are very closely knit with Sully (he's local to my area), so there is already a lot of discussion going on here for this flic.