We The People

‘We The People’ – Last Ounce of Courage

Submitted by AMAC Member Jim Kindle  –

We just went to see Last Ounce of Courage, I cannot tell you in so many words why you need to go see it. It should be the movie of the year, I cannot believe with all the control the left has that it was even released. Not one dirty word but the message is something we had better take very seriously and get off our butts and do what these people did. It should be mandatory to be shown in every school in this country.

View  trailer here:

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“Last Ounce of Courage,” is an intergenerational story of a grieving father inspired by his grandson to take a stand for faith and freedom against a tide of apathy and vanishing liberty. Against a backdrop of military conflict abroad and domestic wars against freedom, a highly-decorated combat veteran is reminded that we best honor our fallen heroes by not holding too loosely what they gave their all to defend. Alongside fellow citizens of courage, faith and integrity, he champions the cherished principles we the people hold dear.
Starring Marshall Teague (“Roadhouse,” “The Rock” and “Armageddon”) as small-town mayor Bob Revere, “Last Ounce of Courage” uses the vehicle of a public religious display to ignite a spark and lights a fire under a community that honors its American values, but has tired of fighting the “American Civil Liberties Organization” (ACLO) over the very rights guaranteed them by the Constitution. Former NFL great Fred Williamson (“Black Caesar”) ably plays the villain in the film as the head of the ACLO.
Encouraged by his grandson, played by Hunter Gomez (“National Treasure”), and his wife Dottie, played by Academy Award nominee Jennifer O‟Neill (“Summer of ‟42”), Bob finally takes a stand for his beliefs and revives his townspeople‟s latent patriotism. Leading the younger generation to join in and make a difference is Bob‟s young neighbor, Maddie Rogers, played by Jenna Boyd (“Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”), who comically hijacks the town‟s annual generic school pageant.
The film is being produced by Veritas Entertainment, under the leadership of Kevin McAfee (“Beyond the Gates of Splendor,” “The End of the Spear”) and Steve Griffin (former CEO at Nest Entertainment and EMI/Chordant), both of whom have a passion for creating and reaching audiences with entertainment products centered around the character values that undergird family, faith and freedom.

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10 years ago

Second try and well maybe editorial blockage is in play. Perhaps some statement about editorial review should be in the header so we are not surprised by seemingly liberal like repression.

10 years ago

Why didn’t you post my last comment?

10 years ago

Where is this film playing? Independent theaters only? Perhaps ALL voting Americans should make it a point to
see both 2016 and this film BEFORE casting ballots following the final debate schedule! I surely will try. Perspective
is important.

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