Two years ago, Dinesh D’Souza and Gerald Molen shocked Hollywood and the mainstream media when they brought 2016: Obama’s America to theaters. However, they quickly realized that they needed to do more than explore the motivations behind President Obama’s domestic and foreign policy—they needed to directly combat the destructive progressive narrative that sees America as a force for evil in the world.
So they set out to make a new film, America, which seeks to reinforce the importance of American ideals, argue that America is a force for good in the world, and defy the politicians, filmmakers, and academics who see America as an evil imperialist power. “I made this film because I wanted to help my daughter undo four years of liberal university professors,” D’Souza said. “It is time that conservatives sent a message to Hollywood and liberal academia: we will not allow our country to be portrayed as a new ‘Evil Empire.’”
America has a real chance to help shape the future of our nation, but it needs your help to succeed! Now it is time for people all over the country to hear a different narrative about America: the story of American justice and freedom. “I encourage everyone to take their children and grandchildren to see this film,” producer Gerald Molen said. “People need to be reminded that America is the world’s brightest hope for the future.”
This nation stands at a crossroads: will we accept the narrative of American theft and exploitation, dooming our country to slip into decline and obscurity, or will we allow America to remain great, with the strength and courage to meet new challenges in the days ahead? As citizens who love our country because it is worth loving, we must make our voice heard.
America releases in theaters on July 2nd! Go see it on opening weekend, and visit the website at www.americathemovie.com to watch the trailer and find more information about the film. And, most importantly, please help spread the word about America! We need our voice to be heard in theaters across the nation in order to make a difference.