As anti-American violence continues to erupt in the Middle East,
a new film in the U.S. honors American military men and women and
the freedoms for which they fought and continue to protect.
Now in more than 1,400 theaters
throughout the nation, the release of Last Ounce of Courage is the
largest for a faith-based film since The Passion of the
Christ. It portrays the story of a man whose son is
killed in combat. The soldier's death leaves his father raising a
Steven Griffin, president of Veritas Entertainment and the
film's executive producer, explains that the grandson
comes back to the small Midwest town in which he was raised, where
he asks his grandfather, "What did my father die for?"
"A similar question happens a lot as our brave men and women
come back from war, defending our liberties, defending our great
nation," Griffin recognizes. "They look around and they see normal
Americans sitting on their couch, on their hands, watching their
flat-screen TVs, and not standing up for the very liberties that
they are fighting and giving their lives for."
Patriotic Americans have responded well to the film, as the
movie's release came when the U.S. Ambassador to Libya,
Chris Stevens, was murdered and Democrats renounced God in the
"Our religious liberties as Christian Americans are under
attack, and we have to do something to take a stand in defense
of those," Griffin contends. "Quit just talking about taking a
stand, but do something. So, we see this election is an election
about freedom from the very highest office to the lowest city
A list of theaters showing Last Ounce of Courage
is available on the movie's website.