Sound Of Freedom Actor Laughs At Far-Left Hollywood

In response to the increasing number of negative media reports about Sound of Freedom, actor Jim Caviezel claimed that mainstream media outlets are afraid of the film’s popularity and message.

“They’re terrified. Their boots are shaking. And the reason is that people are paying attention to their emotions, which is what this movie encourages you to do,” the actor stated in a recent Q&A with Angel Studios, the film’s distributor.

“When love is present in your heart and there is genuine evil in the world, boy, evil is simply a coward in God’s eyes.”

Since the anti-child trafficking film Sound of Freedom became a sleeper smash at the box office, mainstream media sources have intensified their criticisms of it. On a per-screen basis, the film, which Disney dropped three years ago, had already made $41.7 million, significantly outpacing Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.

Because of this, some journalists are defaming the film as “QAnon,” the left’s umbrella name for those who think that large-scale child sex trafficking organizations exist and include many of the world’s elite.

In recent years, the definition of the phrase has been broadened to include any conservative who holds a conspiracy theory.

Author Mike Rothschild, a left-winger, recently made fun of Sound of Freedom along with Caviezel on CNN, saying they promote and cater to QAnon.

The movie was criticized by The Guardian, which called it “QAnon-adjacent” and “paranoid,” and mocked by Rolling Stone, which called it a “triumph for QAnon believers.”

Alejandro Monteverde, the director of Sound of Freedom, stated in the Q&A that the audience hasn’t been discouraged by the unfavorable press coverage.

“We produce movies for the audience, which is one beautiful thing. And while I am aware of the world of reviewers, I prefer to concentrate on the audience and how they are reacting. They are the most significant to us as storytellers and moviemakers, and the audience gives us their complete attention, so that’s where I want to stay.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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