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Drama | War
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
110 min
IMDB Rating:
7.9 / 10 
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Directors: Todd Robinson [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Thirty-four years after his death, Airman William H. Pitsenbarger, Jr. ("Pits") is awarded the nation's highest military honor, for his actions on the battlefield.


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Wow, the fake reviews just keep on piling up

If you look at reviews by date, you will see for every honest review below a 7, it will be topped by a bunch of fake 8-10's. This movie is certainly not worthy of any 9 and 10's. It was well directed but not written as good with all the back and forth. The best part was just the ending

Framing William H. Pitsenbarger

How can a movie with such good and noble intentions, augmented by some of the most heart-felt acting I have seen in a long time, leave me so disappointed?

According to what I have read, writer-director Todd Robinson had wanted to do a film about Medal of Honor recipient William H. Pitsenbarger for over a decade, but had to fight development hell and studio indifference.

My problem is the film used a fictional investigation to frame the story, hence the opening title card that said: "Inspired by True Events." In doing so, the film-makers shifted the focus on the investigator, not William H. Pitsenbarger.

It is encouraging that Hollywood is finally giving our veterans from the Vietnam War son long overdue recognition. The story of William H. Pitsenbarger is truly inspiring. It did not need the fictitious artifice of a fake conspiracy story to make it more compelling or relevant.

For good intentions - 10For execution - 5


I've never written an IMDb review. This is the lowest rating I've attributed to a film in quite a long time, and I see just about everything PG-13 and above.

This film draws you in, initially, with that typical and predictable lure of "ignorant government official learns a life lesson" bit. Once it arrives at a place where the story begins to unfold - where most movies gain their momentum - this film remains stagnant and boring. It's either over-acted or under-acted, depending on the scene. Extremely anticlimactic.

The highlight seems to be around painting the picture of a truly all-American hero with zero flaws (even Captain America had flaws), inside and out, who is deified for dieing on the battlefield among men he didn't know. This film is nothing shy of glorification of war, and embellishment of presumed character of an otherwise unknown man.
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