Hacksaw Ridge (2016) Rated R

WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, one of the first conscientious objector who earned Medal of Honor during the Battle of Okinawa. Starring Andrew Garfield, Richard Pyros, Jacob Warner, Hugo Weaving

Hacksaw Ridge highlights the battle where Pfc. Doss earned the Medal of Honor for the lives he saved.  The film covers Doss’ decision to enlist and his training. The film brilliantly covered his decision to be a conscientious objector but still wanting to serve his country. It showed what his decision did for the company that he was apart of. What this man did to hold onto his faith is astonishing. Then you have the God giving strength and courage to do what he had to do for the job that he is given . It’s amazing. Mel Gibson takes us to war and shows us the brutality of it. The film is an honest look at Doss’ Battle of Okinawa. The film is worth a watch.

 

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