Sully 7 out 10
Pretty much what I expected from story and cast. Totally worth seeing but glad it was only an hour and half. Not all movies need to be 2+ hours.
I quite enjoyed Sully too. I listened to a podcast (Adam Carolla I recall) in which the unfortunate artificial adversarial tone the NTSB investigators were given was discussed. There was conflict inserted where there really wasn't much, but it's a dramatization, so it's understandable.
As I understand it, the NTSB investigators and their "why don't our simulations match your story" lines of questioning were apparently much less adversarial in real life. Less folks trying to "catch" Capt Sullenberger in a mistake or a lie and more professional investigators asking
"So, our simulations don't match your descriptions. What are we doing wrong? Why don't they match? Can you tell us?"
The ultimate conclusion of the discussion was that many people have no idea how meaningless the phrase "based on a true story" really is. Most people think they are media savvy. Most people are not media savvy.
Totally agree with your assessment on length. Many many many movies today can benefit from 20-30 minutes being removed.