As an American, watching films from eras, such as the 1800s and 1900s on revolutionary wars can help honor history and experience a sense of patriotism.
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Some of the movies in this category may make you want to sing. Others will serve as a reminder of the heroes who set forth the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.
Here are some films and television shows that will inspire you to feel proud to be an American.
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Steven Spielberg’s tribute to the Greatest Generation puts viewers in the shoes of the D-Day soldiers who fought and died. The fictional account of Captain Miller, played by Tom Hanks, and his crew trying to locate and rescue Matt Damon’s soldier, who has lost all of his brothers in prior conflicts, is made up. However, this fiction still captures the bravery of the real soldiers who carried the flag of American principles into the fighting. It places you in their position. they bled there. where they crashed, but from their sacrifice, something honorable and decent emerged.
Apollo 13 (1995)
Ron Howard’s gripping suspense thriller about the failed 1970 moon mission, starring Tom Hanks as astronaut Jim Lovell and Ed Harris as not-on-my-watch Mission Control director Gene Kranz, served as an homage to a bygone era of American optimism and space exploration and served as a reminder of what the country is capable of when failure is not an option. The phrase “Houston, we have a problem” wasn’t a cry for assistance. It was a duty call.
In the suspenseful Civil War drama directed by Edward Zwick about the first all-Black Army regiment, freedmen and those seeking freedom volunteer to fight in order to demonstrate to white America and to themselves that freedom is worth risking one’s life for.
Independence Day is a time to celebrate freedom and liberty; however, it is vital to remember that these freedoms did not extend to everyone when the United States of America first became a nation. The book Harriet narrates the extraordinary account of abolitionist Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and how she guided hundreds of enslaved people to freedom via the Underground Railroad. Harriet is the name of the protagonist of the book.
Air Force One
Harrison Ford is one of the few actors who can successfully portray both a president and a heroic action figure at the same time, but he is one of those actors. After delivering a speech on the threat posed by terrorists, the President of the United States, who is also a former member of the military, boards Air Force One with his family and staff just a few short seconds afterward. Naturally, terrorists then take control of the plane, and it is up to the President of the United States to save everyone on board.