On Native Soil
I got On Native Soil via Netflix the other day and finally got around to watching it. First of all, it is extremely critical of the 9/11 commission, both the Bush and Clinton Administration, and even the military. It is starts out as a movie about the 9/11 commission, but also adds to this in reviewing the problems that the government had responding to the attacks, as well as the problems it needs to fix in the future.
It is rather interesting overall though, as it involves several interviews with survivors of the attack, including one of the dog handlers for the bomb sniffing dogs at the WTC (who supposedly were pulled the week before), and a couple who talked on the phone to their son on one of the ill-fated planes, up until the moment he died. In my opinion, a legitimate argument can be made, as this movie does, that the government screwed up and things need to be changed, but this has nothing to do with the government pulling it off.
Maybe Kevin Costner is in on the coverup?