Last Ounce of Courage
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1hr 41min - Rated PG - Drama
Director: Kevin McAfee - Cast: Marshall Teague, Jennifer O'Neill, Hunter Gomez, Jenna Boyd, Nikki Novak
A grieving father is inspired by his grandson to take a stand for faith and freedom against a tide of apathy and vanishing liberty. Alongside fellow citizens of courage, faith, and integrity, he is a champion for the cherished principles we the people hold dear.
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I am asking you to attend our film the Last Ounce of Courage this weekend to help keep it in theaters.
Reviews of the film by many nationally known liberal newspapers attacked the film at every level. Critics used very unflattering and demeaning language to describe what they saw and heard.
- The Los Angeles Times called people who like the movie "thin-skinned, conspiracy-minded Christians."
- The Washington Post said the film "plays squarely to folks who feel that Christians today are persecuted."
It is hard to overcome the vast reach of the cultural elites who would like this film to fail and be pulled out of theaters after one week.
During this week something very unusual began to take place at theaters across the country. It came from Americans who actually saw and heard the film with their hearts.
- They wept as a young serviceman told why he fought for American freedoms.
- They broke into applause as a the hero of the movie, a small-town businessman reminded us how we must all be ready, every day, to protect our freedoms.
- They cheered as a family was reunited through adversity.
- They stayed through the last film credit to recognize the many who have served in our military, some of who gave their Last Ounce of Courage.
- In several theaters, they even broke into song spontaneously following the film, singing "God Bless America."
We found that Last Ounce of Courage is not about being popular among film critics and liberal media, or setting box office records, or being politically correct. It is a film that speaks Truth in spite of the critics' negative self-serving rebukes.
Itʼs a film for each American who is proud of our country, our people, and our accomplishments. Itʼs about remembering that freedom is never free, and that those who defend it do so at great cost. Itʼs about remembering how God has led our nation for over 200 years, and can lead us through these extraordinary times. And the responsibility we each have to preserve these freedoms, especially the right to express our faith and worship God.
Thank you for considering taking your time this weekend to attend the Last Ounce of Courage.
Steve W. Griffin