Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Faith of Our Fathers is a faith-based war drama about two men -- both of whom lost their fathers in Vietnam -- who slowly become friends as they learn about their dads' wartime connection. Several combat scenes include machine guns and exploding bombs, and there's also an extended fist fight involving a group of men and a scene in which a man holds up a convenience store at gunpoint. But none of these sequences is especially intense, and there's no swearing, drinking, sex, or smoking.
Several war scenes show men in combat, getting shot and blown up. Other scenes include fist fights, and a man holds up a convenience store at gunpoint.
One man repeatedly calls another a "moron," triggering a heated exchange.
Faith can help people get through even the most difficult times, especially if they believe they have a greater purpose in the world that will live on after they die.
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