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Bob Revere (Marshall Teague), a small-town war hero, is heartbroken when his own son Tom loses his life defending America. Tom left behind a son of his own named Christian, and 14 years later, the young boy and his mother move back to the small town to be with their family for the holidays. Christian disconnects with his grandfather Bob, as they both are going through the pain of losing a dad and losing a son. When Christian is threatened with school suspension for bringing his bible to school, Bob notices that his country is headed in a dangerous direction and that freedom itself is on the line. Encouraged by his grandson Christian, who asks “what did his father die for?”, Bob finally takes a stand for his beliefs and finds himself jailed for putting up the town’s Christmas tree and refusing to take it down. In this beautiful story of love and forgiveness, they discover a way to unite and to make a difference in their community by claiming their freedom and standing up for their rights.



Runtime: 161 min

Release: 2012

Cast: Marshall R. Teague, Jennifer O’Neill, Rusty Joiner

Director: Darrel Campbell, Kevin McAfee

Writer: Darrel Campbell (book), Darrel Campbell (story)

3 thoughts to “Last Ounce of Courage

  • Becki

    This movie teaches how we are losing our freedoms and how we can stand to fight for them. This is a great movie for the whole family.

  • orrin smith

    I really enjoyed this movie. Freedom can be lost in one generation. It’s happening right be fore our eyes. We are not doing a good job passing on our Godly heritage and the cause of liberty on to the next generation. Please watch this movie with your family and have a discussion.


  • Cochran Family

    Great for the whole family. Watching this was a good teaching opportunity with my children on the absolute need we have to defend our God given freedoms. Each one of us, no matter how small or insignificant feeling, has the responsibility to stand up for what is right. This movie was an awesome reminder of that. It had more of a powerful ending than I was expecting!


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