A glaring omission in the Sun

I was perusing the movie reviews in this week’s Sun and then started looking through the archives for the last several weeks. I noticed one glaring omission, Sound of Freedom. The Starkeys have reviewed every top box office movie in the last several weeks except Sound of Freedom. This movie has held the No. 2 slot for three weeks, consecutively, and its box office numbers are actually trending up rather than down, which is almost unheard of in the industry. 

Have the reviewers bought into the hype that this is some kind of QAnon movie? This is an excellent movie railing against child sex trafficking. It is based on the real-life story of an American government employee who rescued more than 100 children from sex trafficking and was hailed as a hero afterward. But now, suddenly, his story doesn’t deserve telling? 

Don’t believe the hype—see the movie for yourself.

Stefanie Hassett
Santa Maria

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