How to make a war movie for a broader audience

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  • HCB63 Orem, UT
    Aug. 21, 2012 6:18 p.m.

    Trent Toone (article author), unfortunately I could not finish reading your article because the redundancy was horrific. I expect more from writers of any newspaper.
    That being said, I am excited for this next Saints and Soldiers movie. The first one was an incredible bit of filmmaking that left me quite satisfied when the theater lights came on. Being from director Ryan Little, I am sure Airborne Creed will result in that same sense of movie-going enjoyment.

  • jpjazz Sandy, UT
    Aug. 17, 2012 11:16 a.m.

    I look forward to watching this film, enjoyed Saints and Soldiers and it sounds this edition might be just as good. Movies filled with computer animation and all action and gore are common place and have grown tiring.

    My real preference is for new westerns, the remake of True Grit was good. But wish we could have some original scripts based on the american west.