Have you heard about the new movie that shines a light on the attack on religious freedom in America? According to Plugged In.com, actor and martial arts master Chuck Norris has put his stamp of approval on the film.
The movie is called Last Ounce of Courage, and it deals with a Vietnam War veteran's struggle to defend religious liberties in America.
Norris says “allowing the use of my 'Official Seal of Approval' is the least I can do to support a project so consistent with my core values and life principles."
In an interview with Fox News, Last Ounce of Courage star Marshall Teague says this about the film's themes, "It's about faith, family and freedom. … We've had theaters filled with people openly weeping.
“After one screening, a gentleman came up to me and told me he had served in the military, and that he had been waiting 85 years for someone to stand up there and say what I said.”
Teague goes on to say “Movies like this aren't considered 'fashionable,' and people are afraid of being jumped on for taking a strong stand. … In my lifetime, I have never seen more cruelty directed toward people who speak their minds.”
To read more about the film and get a complete review, go to www.pluggedin.com and click on the article for “Last Ounce of Courage.”
And if you want to send a message to the entertainment industry about films with a pro-Christian message, this would be a great weekend to go see the film. Remember, in Hollywood, box office receipts speak very loudly.
I’m Bill Maier for WBCL