Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed

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Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed

ages 12+ | 74 % Say It's Worth Your Time

Three members of an airborne unit land in southern France and come under immediate attack. They meet a group of resistance fighters in desperate need of help, and the soldiers risk their lives to help the fighters free their comrades.


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Genre: Drama

Director: Ryan Little

Producer: Ryan Little, Adam Abel, Gil Aglaure

Cast: Corbin Allred, Rick Macy, Lincoln Hoppe, Curt Doussett, David Nibley, Scotty Meek, Calvin Harrison, Jasen Wade, Nichelle Aiden, Chris Provost, Trenton James

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Rated PG-13 War Violence

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  • (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I liked this movie for several reasons. Despite being a low-budget, independent film, it was easy to relate to the characters and there was plenty of good action. The fact that it was based on true accounts made it more endearing. The thing I like most was how it didn't focus on the hell of war, but the humanity of war. When in tense situations, these warriors tried to do the right things. I thought the director and producer did a good job of balancing the horror of war while making the movie family-friendly. I would recommend watching this with your grandparents.

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  • (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    This was a sad movie but did a great job at showing that soldiers can still see the so called "enemy" as children of God with needs like their own. The message was powerful and refreshing for a war movie.

    The film does a good job at depicting very mature war scenarios without excessive gore or blood. Don't get me wrong, there are people shot and people who are killed, hence the merited Ok for 12+ rating, but overall the producers did a good job taming down intense material.

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  • (Male)

    ages 10+ | Worth Your Time

    It was entertaining but not as good as other WWII epics or previous Saints and Soldiers. Worth a rent but not a ticket.

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  • (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    A good WWII-themed movie without the crude language, and less gore than most. Definitely not for young children, however. Having lived in southern France, the countryside looked more like Utah to me (because it was). But it's well done, given the budget they probably had.

  • ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    For being a low budget and local film, this is really well done. It moves slow at times but the story works and keeps you captivated throughout.

  • clearplay.com

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    This follow up to the well done and successful Saints and Soldiers has more action than its predecessor but is inferior in every other way. Fortunately, you will find a good message about mercy and humanity that is worthwhile. Unfortunately, none of the actors have enough charisma to spread over a piece of toast, and the plot is just a random series of encounters in service of getting from point A to point B. For a more satisfying World War 2 experience, try the original Saints and Soldiers or something more involved like the excellent Band of Brothers... See Full Review

  • (Male)

    ages 13+ | Not Worth Your Time

    The only thing that I did not like about this movie is that all of the characters died. What is the point of telling us there back story if they die. I don't mind if you kill of 1 maybe even 2 of the main characters but not all of them. Huge disappointment.

  • (Female)

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    I went in expecting a great movie because I thought the first one was so well done. It was painful to watch. There were decent moments throughout, but the acting was dreadful, the plot was so and underdeveloped, and I kept cringing at scenes with horrible lines and predictable outcomes. I felt this one really fell flat.

  • (Male)

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    I enjoyed the Airborne Creed but I felt like there was more missing from it. Other than that I loved watching it.

  • (Female) Deseret News Critic

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    It's an interesting slice of life of what the paratroopers dealt with as they were trying to help free southern France during World War II. They dealt with being alone, the German fighters, going by instinct and training as they tried to meet up with the rest of their units, along with haunting memories and experiences. That and it's interesting how one apparent "good deed" can help change the course of a life.
    Unlike the first "Saints and Soldiers" movie, there isn't a Mormon aspect or character, but religion in general does come up.
    I rented it and would recommend it.

  • (Male) The Guardian

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    It is competently put together, but ... the nagging question is: what's the point?... Read the full review here


Okfor ages12+