Texas Theater Cancels Eight Other Major Movies to Make Room for “Lone Survivor” Crowds


Are you paying attention Hollywood? : Stories about real American heroes trump movies about, well, everything:

“The following films have been cancelled due to the hit movie Lone Survivor,” a sign posted on the box office window of the Grand Theater in Conroe said. “We apologize for any inconvenience.”

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“Lone Survivor,” which is based off of the bestselling book by Marcus Luttrell, tells the incredible true story of four Navy SEALs ambushed by enemy forces while on a covert mission in Afghanistan.

There are many more stories of heroism that deserve more attention. : Hopefully the success of this movie will help get them on the big screen soon.

See also: : The IRS Is Targeting Sarah Palin’s Father

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