I was a bit skeptical in the beginning of this movie that it would be something less than entertaining. Yet, as the movie progressed, it took on a new inspiration for all of us around the world, but mostly here in the United States, reminded of how we can come together as a nation, and what can bring us all down to our knees. This movie tells a story of hope. Hope of something we used to be, and still can be. As a combat and disabled veteran myself, I fully understand that war is nothing more than the greed of those who’s shirt and pants are put on the same as anyone else. The greed of fear, which they hide under their shirt while the majority live with their fear on their sleeves for all to see. It doesn't have to be like that at all as this movie has presented. Being knocked back to the Stone Age does not mean we cannot pick ourselves back up, and become something better than we were before, and without war, fear, or greed. This movie shows the deeper side of humanity, where we came from, and what we ALL can achieve if we would only stop for a moment to see that war is not the answer, it never has been. With that said, I give this five stars for amazing acting, story line, a heartfelt reminder of life, and an all-around wholesome movie for all to see.