You’ve just taken off from an airport and bird strikes have disabled both engines on your airliner. Sounds like a recent movie based upon a masterful piece of airmanship and fortuitous circumstances ten years ago, doesn’t it? Here is a cockpit video of a flight crew handling a dual engine failure made in an EASA qualified Full Flight Simulator configured for a recent Boeing 737. The simulated bird strikes occur at an altitude higher than that of the U.S. Airways Flight 1549 incident, which permitted the crew in this case to return to the airport whence they took off, although bleeding off the excess energy was dicey.
Note that they landed faster than normally and with flaps not fully extended and hence had to use maximum braking which might have created a brake fire. The simulated fire trucks after wheels stop are particularly impressive.