America loves its heroes. This appreciation is evident in the 2001 release Valor: Incredible Stories of Patriotism and Courage. In it, various accomplished soldiers are remembered for their selflessness and courage in the face of battle. The Medal of Honor is awarded to those that distinguish themselves by their acts of bravery. These real-life tales are relived by men who fought in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. ~ Sarah Ing, Rovi
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The courage and patriotism of these Medal of Honor winners takes a back seat in this film, which is really more about their personal religous beliefs. I would estimate that only 10% of the film deals with how they won their awards. The majority of the film is about these heroes personal Christian testimonies. Based on the description of the film, it wasn't exactly what I thought I was ordering.