The Reliant Movie

There is a new movie that will be playing for 1 day only, in select theaters, around the country. Mark October 24, 2019 on your calender and show your support of the 2nd Amendment. Tell your friends and family and attend as a good if possible to show your support of the 2nd Amendment.

Synopsis:
When the economy collapses, widespread rioting and looting leaves a 21 year old lovesick girl struggling to care for her four younger siblings in a stretch of woods on the outskirts of their burning town, wondering why a good God would let this happen – October 24 only.

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Yes; you can view some trailers for the movie on YouTube

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Wow, it doesn’t look like Kevin Sorbo gets out. And what’s up with “lovesick?” Does this mean she has to shoot “Him” before things get better? (I know the summary is exactly what they’ve put up on IMDb but… such a story element could be left out and still have a reasonable ‘what-if-crisis’ entertainment/‘wake-up’ movie.)

((no disrespect intended Goldie))

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Really don’t like going to the open target theaters, but that is the option of where it is showing in my case. So because the movie is both arms and faith based, from a positive angle, I succumbed to the urge to go anyway and bought 7 tickets. Self, spouse, children and granddaughters. Something for them to have in the back of their mind in case of whatever someday….

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That’s great news!! I’ve been waiting over a year for it to come out!

Update: aaaaannnnnd, tickets are bought, thank you Fandango (perfect date night for the Mrs and I, although she doesn’t know anything about the movie).

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Mmmm… theater… yeah I dunno.

Maybe it’ll be on DVD after.

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The point of asking everyone to go to the theater was to make a point and show the country how many people support the 2nd Amendment. It will only be in theaterʻs one day, Oct. 24th. Actually in the trailer that I posted it appears one of the scenes was filmed at USCCA HQ.

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Gotcha @Goldie !

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I certainly understand nixing the theater, but there are times when most all of us do something or other in which we choose to possibly drop our carry for that particular occasion. In this case, I’m thinking that to support a movie that favors my stance on both the right and wisdom of being armed and also my freedom of faith, and do it in the public setting where society in general doesn’t want either my faith or gun rights being displayed, is a witness to the importance I place on these freedoms. Only my opinion though – everyone needs to follow their own reasoning on decisions like this. I totally respect what each decides either way.

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Yeah, other than that I’d have waited for DVD as well…the only movies I go see in theater these days are any of the Star Wars, and a few of the Avengers movies…oh and any Movie the Mrs says we’re going to (which are pretty rare). :slight_smile:

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You’re definitely welcome to post pro-2A movies here, @Goldie. (The only time it’s a violation of the advertising policy is if you’re pushing your own products.)

image Hmmm, that looks familiar :smiley:

image He’s not always this serious :wink:

Much to the staff’s disappointment, none of it was filmed at our headquarters :frowning: But we’re happy to have a cameo by our fearless leader :smiley:

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And look at that trigger discipline!! Kevin’s taught him well…:rofl::rofl:

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Thank you Dawn. Since USCCA is in the trailer I was hoping that it would be okay. Thank you for posting more of the trailers.

I know a lot of people are concerned about going to a public venue, such as a movie theater, unarmed. Iʻm happy to say that the theater that I normally go allows Concealed Carry. I also tend to sit at the very back of the theater so that I have a clear view of everyone entering and I have a wall at my back. Again… itʻs all about situational awareness and cover (if needed).

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Please be careful what you post, @Goldie. I would hate to have any of your posts here used against you.

The theaters around here have no firearm signs as well. I think there will be a large number of USCCA staff going to the theater together. While we won’t be carrying, we all have pretty good situational awareness and the group would take care of any threat - whatever it takes - if something happens.

One of the nice things about working at the USCCA, I don’t have to worry about someone breaking into the building. :wink:

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Hey @Dawn I think you see what you expected, and not necessarily what @Goldie said. She relates her Theater ISN’T signed against right to carry. I suppose that may be a grey area… but, then, maybe they’re packing too!

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I thought maybe that was the sign and that the theater was going old school and requiring patrons to carry…similar to some colonial laws back in the 1600’s that required citizens to carry weapons to public gatherings such as church service and public meetings for protection. :grinning:

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Iʻm sorry for the confusion. I edited the post to say what I meant to say in the beginning.

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@JamesR A part of me is thinking the things I’d give up, moving from my settled and planned home, to a community where those commitments to one another were in place, might well be worth it.

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Sounds great. Thank you, Mam.

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So several months back when I heard about the effort to keep this movie from coming out I went onto Amazon and purchased the book to help support the effort.

I started the book this weekend and just finished it (I like to compare and contrast books to their movie versions). That may have been a mistake. I like the premise, I like how it starts off…but then…for me…it just gets really unrealistic. And it’s a faith based story (again which I like), but maybe a little overly obvious/preachy. Especially the ending, they went too far to try and make their point and it just got really hokey to me.

I already have my tickets purchased, and am still going and supporting…but boy I hope the movie is better than the book. :worried:

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