Very good movie, also very touching and emotional. Tory Hedderman and his family are moving to West Virginia from New York, but Tory isn't so happy about it. He hates the small town and how he thinks there is nothing to do. However, he is framed for throwing an egg at a doughboy statue and is sentenced to do community service at a veterans home. There, he meets veteran Joe, who does anything to make Tory screw up somehow. He also meets Jill Courtney, a girl that he soon becomes close friends with, and he also meets veteran Mitch, who is in a wheelchair ever since his Jeep got stuck in a landmine. It seems like Tory doesn't know the true meaning of liberty and how to be proud of our country, but will his attitude change?
Oh my gosh, this movie was so good. It is very touching, with a lot of cries in the movie. It teaches us to be proud of the people who fought for us and the horrible day of September 11, 2001. I definetely suggest you see this movie, great for the whole family and vets.