Written September 20, 2014
Why is it when a movie is patriotic that the critics say no? Compare the fans review with the critics review and what does that tell us? It is a great movie about a Military Family's struggle when they lose their son in war, and their fight for the freedom that their son died for. Also it is a challenge to us to stand up for our freedoms in America, so these brave men and women do not die in vain. One of the best movies I have seen!!
Written October 01, 2014
This is a cheezy B movie poorly written and acted. It makes a good point, especially if you are of the religious right, but it's very amatuerish. It announces that a killed soldier is awarded a Bronze Star medal, but when the medal is revealed, it's a Silver Star. Lots of other issues such as poor lip syncing. Save your money unless you enjoy sleeping in the theatre
Written April 26, 2015
You wil laugh, you wll cry, you will cheer loudly even if only in your heart or head, and at the end of it all, you will say "I too have a purpose and THIS Nation of mine is worth defending for the principles upon which it was established! I will not let those who have gone before me die in vain because I chose t stand on the sidelines and do nothing."
Written May 27, 2015
It has been years since a film made me feel this way. The principles of honor, doing what is right and standing for what you believe in were foremost in this film. Some of the acting was outstanding, some was so-so, parts of the movie were a bit dorky, but the over all essence was really amazing. I swelled with pride, I wept, and at the the end of the movie, the entire audience applauded.
I WILL go see this film again, and I am taking my teenagers with me. This is a must see film for all ages.
Written January 29, 2015
Great movie and a must see regarding our current events. It tends to be a bit cheesy at times but, at the same time, sweet and refreshing in comparison to the usual blood, gore, sex and shock films. It is time to stand up for our country's heritage regarding Christianity instead of cowering and apologizing.