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Now... this is a movie you can take the whole family too.
I can't recall hearing any bad language, there was nothing you would have to cover your kids ears and eyes in any scene... and it had a good message.
In a time where God, prayer, and the American flag are criticized, put down, and maligned, everyone needs to see this movie.
The actors in this movie I don't believe I've ever seen before, but their performances were outstanding... a very good movie. I wish Hollywood had the decency to do more...
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