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age 17+

Tough war story has too much violence

R: seqeunces of disturbing war violence/images with some bloody scenes and language
age 14+

Inspiring Movie

I saw the “The Last Full Measure” yesterday. To say it was an intense, emotional and moving experience is an understatement. This touched me on so many levels; as an Army Vietnam Huey pilot, a veteran coming home from war and as a Jolly Green Giant Combat Search and Rescue trained USAF Helicopter pilot. The grunts who were on the ground in Vietnam appreciated the helicopter crews but when you watch this movie you really appreciate the bravery and sacrifice of soldiers fighting the ugly ground war. As a proud former member of the USAF Air Rescue and Recovery Service (ARRS), watching the selflessness and incredible bravery of A1C Pittensbarger an Air Force Pararescueman (PJ) so honored and exemplified the Rescue credo “These Things We Do That Others May Live”. Highly Recommend

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age 16+

Last Full Measure is a treasure

This movie inspires on so many levels. Th acting, directing and cinematography are spectacular. It is a must see movie.

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age 12+

Wonderful story of courage and heroism

I live in the hometown of Pitsenbarger so this movie had a lot of emotion for me. I thought it was a wonderfully written story about the bravery of Pittsnebarger and the challenges that veterans faced after returning. And then, the whole story of the struggle of getting the medal. I thought it was beautiful. Not sure why so many negative reviews.