Caviezel’s Take On Reagan’s Famous Speech Will Make You Scream Like A Bald Eagle (VIDEO)

Written by Wes Walker on September 30, 2020

Jim Caviezel was doing the media tour to promote his new film ‘Infidel’. When he was on Fox, one of Reagan’s famous speeches came. What he had to say about it was jaw-droppingly good.

The speech was one from 1964 in which Reagan said we had a rendezvous with destiny.

“You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We’ll preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth or we’ll sentence them to take the last step into a thousand years of darkness.”

Big words. And Caviezel had a big response to them.

How many Hollywood actors know the words of Reagan, much less could deliver one of his landmark speeches. From memory.

But he did more that that.

He didn’t just parrot the Gipper’s speech as it once existed, as though trapped in amber, facing a now-toothless enemy moldering in his grave.

Caviezel made a small change to it.

One small change that — if you can believe it — actually elevated Reagan’s Time For Change speech, and adapted it for today.

See if you can spot the key difference between his speech…

…and the original as delivered by the Great Communicator.

And if you liked that, you’ll probably enjoy how Caviezel began his interview when Shannon Breem had him on to talk about the film. (We’ll come back to what he said just after the trailer.)

It’s easy to complain that our side has got no clout in Hollywood. But when someone on our side puts forward a flick comes along with a world-class story, acting, directing, and a budget?

It’s time for us to stop whining and step up to support it. Otherwise, we’ve got nobody to blame but ourselves for the Left’s domination of the arts.

Here’s the trailer:

And here’s how he introduced it on Bree’s show.

“It’s not some candy-ass Christian Film.”

No, the LORD would not be offended by that description. Have you read some of the grittier content of His BOOK? R-rated doesn’t even BEGIN to cover some of it.

It wouldn’t offend Jesus because HE isn’t a candy-ass, either.

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