Rated R · 111 minutes · 2012

Action, Thriller
Navy SEALS go on a couple of missions involving kidnap victims, drug lords and terrorists. The film's big draw is the real military types who are cast in major roles. Many of them look the part, but they have flat line deliveries. Still, that would be forgivable had directors Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh possessed the abilities to put together a decent action scene and find themselves an acceptable plot. This is a mess of a movie, yet it is making nice money. Shows you what I know.
Official Site: www.actofvalor.com
Director: Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh
Producer: Mike McCoy, Scott Waugh, Michael Mailis, Bert Ellis, Benjamin Statler, Lance Sloane, Ryan Kavanaugh, Tucker Tooley, Jason Colbeck, Jason Clark, Jay Pollak and Max Leitman
Cast: Roselyn Sanchez, Jason Cottle, Alex Veadov, Nestor Serrano, Alisa Marshall, Gonzalo Menendez, Emilio Rivera, Dimiter Marinov and U.S. SEALs


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Creative Loafing Atlanta Act of Valor Using real Navy SEALs in this fictional propaganda feature keeps this film afloat. by Edward Adams 03/01/2012
The Coast Halifax Act of Valor an ad for the American military Rah rah action movie stars actual Navy SEALS by Matt Semansky 02/23/2012
Colorado Springs Independent No SEAL of approval: Act of Valor The directors know why this isn't a "Hollywood" film as much as we do. It's a propaganda film. by Justin Strout 02/23/2012
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Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Act of Valor, Gone, Wanderlust and other film events around town. 02/23/2012
East Bay Express Act of Valor Low SEAL-ing. by Kelly Vance 02/29/2012

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