33 MINUTES

Too Close for Comfort

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Release Date: August 12, 2009

Starring: N/A

Genre: Documentary

Audience: Older children to adults

Rating: Not Rated

Runtime: 33 minutes

Distributor: The Heritage Foundation

Director: James Fitzgerald, Jr.

Executive Producer: Rebecca Hagelin and Kim Holmes

Producer: James Fitzgerald, Jr.

Writer: N/A

Address Comments To:

Thomas A. Saunders, III, Chairman
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20002-4999
Phone: (202) 546-4400
Website: www.heritage.org
Email: info@heritage.org

Content:

(BBB, PPP) Very strong moral, patriotic worldview about the threat of missiles from rogue nations; and, nothing objectionable.

Summary:

33 MINUTES is a must-see video revealing the threat of ballistic missile attacks from countries such as North Korea and Iran. It makes clear that the United States must produce a missile defense to protect liberty from its evil enemies.

Review:

Coldwater Media, under the auspices of James Fitzgerald, Jr. has produced some of the best documentaries reviewed by MOVIEGUIDE®. 33 MINUTES is a must-see video revealing the threat of ballistic missile attacks from countries such as North Korea and Iran.

33 MINUTES makes clear that the stalemate of the Soviet Era produced a more secure situation than the current spread of missile and nuclear technology to tiny nations under the control of power-mad dictators. From Iran to the United States, a missile would only take 33 minutes. With proper planning, they could knock out our electrical grid and cripple the country irreparably.

The purpose of this exposé is to show the need for continuing to develop a missile defense, which the loony leftist media has called Star Wars. A missile defense is not only feasible, but practical. A missile defense that used to be able to find a ballistic missile on its way to the United States can now zero in on one millimeter of the approaching missile to blast it to smithereens.

Of course, the present administration in Washington has decided not to protect the United States. If they have their way, there won’t be anything to protect.

Even so, a strategic long-term missile defense should be developed if the United States wants to resume its leadership as a republic that respects life, liberty and property and sets an example to the rest of the world in doing so.

In Brief:

Coldwater Media, under the auspices of James Fitzgerald, Jr. has produced some of the best documentaries reviewed by MOVIEGUIDE®. 33 MINUTES is a must-see video revealing the threat of ballistic missile attacks from countries such as North Korea and Iran. 33 MINUTES makes clear that the stalemate of the Soviet Era produced a more secure situation than the current spread of missile and nuclear technology to tiny nations under the control of power-mad dictators. From Iran to the United States, a missile would only take 33 minutes. With proper planning, they could knock out our electrical grid and cripple the country irreparably.

The purpose of this exposé is to show the need for continuing to develop a missile defense, which the loony leftist media has called Star Wars. A missile defense is not only highly feasible, but also highly practical. A missile defense that used to be able to find a ballistic missile on its way to the United States can now zero in on one millimeter of the approaching missile to blast it to smithereens. The people opposed to a missile defense are giving aid and comfort to the enemies of freedom.