Powerfully Patriotic Films Programmed At The Movie Theatres at The Villages
In honor of our Nation’s 244th anniversary, The Movie Theatres At The Villages have programmed some very powerful patriotic content to be shown on the big screen.
Opening at The Barnstorm, Brownwood Paddock Square, in it’s premiere national theatrical run, the independent narrative film, “The Outpost”, based on the novel, “The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor”, by Jake Tapper.
Scott Eastwood stars in a powerful story of badly outnumbered US Soldiers banding together to battle a force of Taliban fighters at a remote outpost in Afghanistan. The film is rated R and runs for 2 hours and 3 minutes.
The Old Mill Playhouse in Lake Sumpter Landing, welcomes US Army Chaplain Justin Roberts’ film “No Greater Love” for a fifth anniversary encore week booking.
“No Greater Love” explores Chaplain Roberts’ deployment as he and his men fight through a hellish tour in one of the most dangerous places in Afghanistan. The film also deals the team’s struggles to reintegrate at home.
The Old Mill Playhouse is extremely honored to have Chaplain Roberts introduce the film and bring audiences up to date on his current projects live via Skype from his home in Louisiana at Sunday and Tuesday nights show at 6:30 pm. The film is not rated and runs 1 hour and 34 minutes.
Visit nogreaterlovemovie.com for more information about this exciting and courageous film.
To sing in the 4th Of July in style, both the Old Mill Playhouse and The Barnstorm Theatre welcome the theatrical premiere of the wildly popular and patriotic Amazon title, “National Anthem Girl”, a new documentary about gratitude and The Nation Anthem.
Janine Stang, aka The National Anthem Girl, commits herself to a goal of singing our Nation’s most sacred of songs in all 50 states and takes our Villagers community along in this 78 minute unrated documentary.
Janine herself will be introducing the film in person via Skype Friday night at the 7pm show at the Old Mill Playhouse and at the 7 pm show on Saturday night at The Barnstorm Theatre.
For more information on the film visit: anthemgirldoc.com
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