Who`s directing the film? Before I consider breaking my 10 year absence from any movie theater, I want to get more info.
I will predict the film is boycotted by antiwar folks, and there will be antiwar protesters screaming inside the theater while the movie is playing.
Anyone want to take me up on this?
I think Mr. Willis knows the right players to direct the project.
Let 'em scream. It exposes them for what they are, and that's a good thing.
I remember that a lot of leftists tried their very best to stop "The Passion."
My stepfather and some friends of his went to see a new war film (a long time ago) that was being touted as "anti-war". They showed up and the theater was full of hippies and flower children, all ready to sing the praises of the new "anti-war" film.
Then the screen was filled with an American flag, and George C. Scott gave the opening speech of the film. Stoned silence reigned in the theater. The "anti-war" film was 'Patton'. Oops.
(George C. Scott refused to accept his academy award for his performance. It really was supposed to be an anti-war film).
If so, then try to see the movie in a theatre next to a military base. That's how I was able to enjoy "Gunner Palace".