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IN THEATERS JUNE 27

Join America’s favorite storyteller on an epic journey to the heart of Washington DC. Drawing from his blockbuster podcast “The Way I Heard It,” this cinematic tour de force will take viewers to the frontlines of the American Revolution, World War II, the Civil Rights movement, and more.

Part mystery, part history—each harrowing tale tells a story you’ve never heard, about the patriots who built our country.

From the legendary rebels we call the “Founding Fathers” to unknown Marines of Iwo Jima – these are the Americans who risked everything to build the country we love and call home. The American heroes who gave us… something to stand for!

Coming Soon to DVD and Digital

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Endorsements & Reviews

Mike Rowe is a great American, and in his new film Something to Stand For, in a totally surprising and entertaining way, he shares the stories of many great Americans whose lives have affected us all in profound and positive ways. I loved this film and encourage everyone to see it. Our country needs it. Thank you, Mike! 
- Gary Sinise, Actor and founder of Gary Sinise Foundation
"Ronald Reagan often described America as a "shining city on a hill" but lately it feels more like a Fixer-Upper on HGTV. Something To Stand For is a weapons-grade dose of perspective that shows why we should be thanking our founding fathers instead of tearing down their statues. A true celebration of our American Privilege that's a must watch, whether you're a blue-haired social justice warrior or a guy who eats too much blue cheese, like me."
- Jimmy Failla, Host of Fox News Saturday Night w/ Jimmy Failla
"You’ll be a better American and a better human if you see this movie."
- Adam Carolla, Host of The Adam Carolla Show and Creator and Star of Mr. Birchum
"Something to Stand For celebrates the indomitable spirit of patriotism, honors the sacrifices of our heroes, and inspires us all by reminding us of what makes this country so great. With its compelling storytelling, powerful performances, and breathtaking visuals throughout our nation’s capital, it is a must-see for all who cherish freedom and the enduring human spirit."
- Riley Gaines, Champion Swimmer and Women’s Rights Advocate
“If you find yourself annoyed by the negative spew that saturates our screens, Mike Rowe’s Something to Stand For will renew your faith in the American Journey. This film is so rich and deeply stirring that veterans will want to snag that slightly snug-fitting old uniform in the corner, button it up, and go do it all over again.”
- Scott Mann, Green Beret, and Best Selling Author of Operation Pineapple Express

“A love letter to our country, delivered at just the right time. It feels good to feel good again about our country. Thanks, Mike, for reminding us how lucky we are to be Americans. Everyone should watch this film. It’s a delight.”​ – Kevin O’Connor, This Old House​

 

“Mike Rowe has created a work so patriotic that it should be mandatory viewing on every high school and college campus in this country!!!” – Mike August, Producer of The Adam Carolla Show and Mr. Birchum

 

“Take a stroll through America with the stories that made us who we are. ‘Something To Stand For’ serves up American tales with a twist. Join Mike Rowe for an inspiring adventure that’s as educational as it is entertaining—and patriotically spirited, to boot!”  – Jordan Harbinger, Host The Jordan Harbinger Show

 

“What a nice way to celebrate Fourth of July. It’s a movie that makes you proud to be American. Oh yeah—and the presenter’s not half bad!” – Peggy Rowe, Mike’s Mom

 

Mike Rowe’s “Something to Stand For” is a road trip, a remedy, a time-traveling odyssey of sorts with Mike in his slightly beat-up Bronco, telling unsung tales of Americans you know of and some you’ve never heard of. Standing ovation to this team of storytellers! – Alejandro (Alex) Iglesias, Field Producer, Fox News Saturday Night w/ Jimmy Failla 

 

“Mike Rowe makes a film that is to the 4th of July what It’s a Wonderful Life is to Christmas! He makes me cry (more than I care to admit) and laugh. I’m proud and still amazed at the history of this country.” – Enrico Colantoni, Actor (Galaxy Quest, Contagion, Veronica Mars, Just Shoot Me)

 

“Maybe we’re not all bad, after all – and, just maybe, what America stands for is good. That’s a refreshingly Reaganesque message for a country and culture being bombarded by messages of shame.  Something to Stand For follows Mike Rowe as he embarks on a journey across America and through American history. From the American Revolution to World War II, the Civil Rights movement and beyond, viewers will be reminded of (or perhaps told of) the stories of brave men and women who fought to ensure that the USA represented humanity’s highest ideals. America isn’t perfect but we have more than our share of heroes.” – John W. Kennedy, Writer, Producer, Beliefnet.com

 

Something To Stand For is a powerful movie about Americans who believed in this country and were willing to give their ALL for it. Mike Rowe shares beautifully written stories of what can happen when men and women are fully committed!  I must ask myself, is America today worth Standing For? The answer is a resounding yes! Let me say without a doubt every Patriot in America should see these great examples that have now been put to life once again on the big screen. Congratulations and thank you to TBN for having the courage to provide films like this that are full of truth and honor, that we can be proud of to share with other pastors!” – Paul Pickern, Founder and Executive Director, All Pro Pastors International

Mike Rowe is a writer, narrator, producer, recording artist, Emmy-Award winning TV Host, New York Times Best Selling author, and the CEO of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. As the creator and host of the iconic TV series Dirty Jobs, Mike is best-known as “the dirtiest man on TV,” but his true calling is storytelling. From Somebody’s Gotta Do It to Returning the Favor, The Story Behind the Story, Six Degrees, and The Way I Heard It, Mike continues to tap the country on the shoulder and say, “These are people you should know.”

In his role as a perpetual apprentice, Mike has highlighted hundreds of workers in dozens of essential industries. His foundation has awarded millions of dollars in work ethic scholarships, and his commitment to reinvigorate the skilled trades is unrivaled.

Mike Rowe is a writer, narrator, producer, recording artist, Emmy-Award winning TV Host, New York Times Best Selling author, and the CEO of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. As the creator and host of the iconic TV series Dirty Jobs, Mike is best-known as “the dirtiest man on TV,” but his true calling is storytelling. From Somebody’s Gotta Do It to Returning the Favor, The Story Behind the Story, Six Degrees, and The Way I Heard It, Mike continues to tap the country on the shoulder and say, “These are people you should know.” In his role as a perpetual apprentice, Mike has highlighted hundreds of workers in dozens of essential industries. His foundation has awarded millions of dollars in work ethic scholarships, and his commitment to reinvigorate the skilled trades is unrivaled.

Mike Rowe

Mike Rowe is a writer, narrator, producer, recording artist, Emmy-Award winning TV Host, New York Times Best Selling author, and the CEO of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. As the creator and host of the iconic TV series Dirty Jobs, Mike is best-known as “the dirtiest man on TV,” but his true calling is storytelling. From Somebody’s Gotta Do It to Returning the Favor, The Story Behind the Story, Six Degrees, and The Way I Heard It, Mike continues to tap the country on the shoulder and say, “These are people you should know.” In his role as a perpetual apprentice, Mike has highlighted hundreds of workers in dozens of essential industries. His foundation has awarded millions of dollars in work ethic scholarships, and his commitment to reinvigorate the skilled trades is unrivaled.

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