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For Greater Glory

(2012)

Rated R for war violence and some disturbing images.

R 143min.
 
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The Cristero War serves as the backdrop of this historical drama following a group of devoted Mexican patriots who risk their lives to defeat an oppressive regime, and defend the freedom of future generations. Read More
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Victoriano "El Catorce" Ramirez
Ambassador Morrow
Enrique Gorostieta Velarde
Father Vega
Father Christopher
President Calles
President Coolidge
Director
January 01, 2013
marilynprolife
I bought this movie for my husband for Christmas. I never knew what happened with the Mexican government and the Catholic Church in 1917 and later We watched it last night and were touched deeply. It is a good movie for those who have strong faith in God. A must see for all Christians and others too.
December 03, 2012
rongnan1
Good movie, not quite great. Not sure about the historical accuracy, but when the Humanist Society pans it, you know it must be largely true. Garcia is excellent, he should get an Oscar nomination, but he won't. This is all about government trying to brutally impose its will upon religion, and the people revolt. Same jarrng images of Cristeros crucified on the side of the road. May have too
September 30, 2012
schm25
This is not the most exciting movie; it was slow and melodramatic; but the subject is very important to what our current political climate; the government's role in our Freedom of Religion. I was moved as to how the Cristero fought and died for the right to practice their Catholic Faith; esp. the boy who was tortured and executed for his faith.
September 17, 2012
jimandbeth111
It's a GREAT movie! Trust us on this. Watch it, and think about it in regards to the religious freedom issue in this country.
September 14, 2012
jackd1207
I was disappointed because this could have been a really good movie. A little too melodramtic in parts for my taste. There was no English captioning available, and the accents were so thick as to cause me to miss a good portion of the dialogue; made the storyline hard to follow.

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