The movie Annapolis is getting panned by liberal film critics by linking it to George W. Bush (everything is political, don't you know):
"On the contrary, Annapolis, like most Disney-fied films with military or sport themes produced during the presidential reign of George II, is a celebration of conformity and the subjugation of individual will to the greater good." —Geoff Pevere, Toronto Star(Hat tip to Hoorah the Blog.)
Hmmm, it's a feel-good cross between Rocky and An Officer and a Gentleman, highlighting one of the greatest service academies in the world and the values that make it and America great, in a time of war, and it has the liberal press suffocating in its own gag reflex. Sounds like a must-see to me!
Some mil-bloggers are nit-picking the film's inaccuracies, but hey, it's a movie, not a documentary. I'll post my review here. Feel free to leave your review in the comments.
Until then, Go Mids!