Written July 29, 2014
My wife and I went to see Won't Back Down last night, and we were not disappointed. We both thoroughly enjoyed the story of triumph by a mother who wanted the best for her daughter. We also were impressed by the fact that there was very little profanity in the movie. We both highly recommend Won't Back Down.
Written February 27, 2015
The title and subject of this movie sounded rather uninteresting, but I was pleasantly surprised! It is extremely well done, is very exciting to watch, and left me inspired. I highly recommend it.
Written October 03, 2012
Defending the children and overcomming the obstacles that confront
students and teachers. The children don't have a voice to fight the system....think
about it....Great acting and message. who has the guts to fight for the children? The children are the ones who should go on strike, not the unions....
Written March 03, 2015
If you have ever questioned your child's teachers or your child's school... This is an encouraging, empowering movie. If you have had children with learning disabilities this is for you. If you have never had any problems and have been lucky enough to live in a perfect school district this is also for you! It's eye opening and informative. Your child's school is only as good as it's parents and you can not count on the school system to be there for your child. I loved this movie! It brought me to tears and made me smile. We are our child's best advocate! Ask questions..don't settle and if your not happy CHANGE IT! I love supporting these kinds of positive, life changing movies. Go see it!
Written October 02, 2012
From the previews I could not wait to see this film, as a former teacher myself with relatives and friends still teaching. Then I read some of the critics responses, especially from the Teachers Union who felt they were mis represented and I began to wonder if this was just more "union" bashing. But I went anyway and I'm glad I did. Yes, it's an over the top message film..but anyone knows we have many broken schools, drop out rates are high and on and on. We know that.
Everyone from Parents to kids to administrators to teachers to government to school boards share in the blame. So I think the Unions criticism is unfair and that's the problem. We all think the other guy is to blame. But the film, if you go, might give you a sliver of hope if it means leaving with a since of empowerment. The question they leave you with is...will you be part of the solution or the problem. Go