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Apr 7th 2014 new
'Bethlehem' was an excellent movie, if you can find a theater that is screening it !
Apr 7th 2014 new
I saw Gods Not Dead yesterday and I was blown away. It's a very powerful film and has a unexpected few twists and turns. I highly recommend seeing it in the theater. If you go, make sure to take plenty of tissues.
Apr 8th 2014 new
(quote) Andrew-1045895 said: I highly recommend Saving Mr. Banks, which should be out on DVD soon if not already. Excellent story about P.L. Travers, the author of the Mary Poppins books, and how her childhood experiences influenced her writing. Also a good period piece, both from 100 years ago in Australia and early 1960s California. Tom Hanks as Walt Disney is particularly good, but Emma Thompson really nailed it as Travers. Children of alcoholics might be disturbed by some scenes in the movie, but they are very realistic and honest. Of course, if you have time for a "double feature" you should watch Mary Poppins right after this. No filthy language in either movie.

Yep! It's on DVD and still good! :)


Apr 8th 2014 new
(quote) Eric-929127 said: The thing is that Hollywood is answering our call. That Christians are begging for Christian entertainment. The problem is that though they are feeding us now they are downplaying the role of God.

That's the number one criticism I've heard of "Noah". I had the same sensation when I watched Monuments Men. That they were saving Catholic relics as art and not saving the religion.

Though just that little bit of Christian history is like a Casino Buffet to an America where the Christians are starving.

I will mention that in MM there is one scene where the gun fire sounds like it's in the theater.

I almost jumped on the floor even.
Monuments Men was superb! :)
Apr 8th 2014 new
The Sixth Sense
The first time I saw this I was completely taken in by the script. Great movie

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The iconic movie The Castle. About a families struggle to fend off having their home resumed by the local airport.
Rabbit Proof Fence. About 3 half cast aboriginal children who find their back to their families.




Apr 8th 2014 new
Hi.) I viewed this movie woth Martin Sheen and Emilo Estevez. Called THE WAY. Excellent. Highly Recommended.) Move is a couple of yrs old, but well worth the view.) I hope you enjoy.)
Apr 8th 2014 new
(quote) Louis-900679 said: Hi.) I viewed this movie woth Martin Sheen and Emilo Estevez. Called THE WAY. Excellent. Highly Recommended.) Move is a couple of yrs old, but well worth the view.) I hope you enjoy.)

Louis, welcome to the forums.

I JUST saw that one recently and thoroughly enjoyed it. I highly recommend it as well. You get a Gold Star! You get a Gold Star! You get a Gold Star! .

(thought provoking)

Apr 8th 2014 new

Hello, I recently took my mom to see the movie "Gimme Shelter" if you are looking for an inspirational movie. This is for you.


Apr 8th 2014 new
See "Peabody and Sherman".
Apr 9th 2014 new
(quote) Christine-1067344 said: I saw Gods Not Dead yesterday and I was blown away. It's a very powerful film and has a unexpected few twists and turns. I highly recommend seeing it in the theater. If you go, make sure to take plenty of tissues.
Christine, I had the same experience. God's Not Dead, blew me away. It's incredibly relevant to the current climate in academia. The educational system is freely and widely used by liberals and atheists to oppose and persecute Christians under the guise of academic study. While viewing it, I couldn't help but think that many could place themselves in the shoes of various characters. I would think that this film strikes a chord for any Christian who has lived the university experience, or has been painfully persecuted for their faith, or has left relationships or experienced the demise of relationships because the other party was significantly unequally yoked. Personally, this movie spoke to me because of a past encounter with an atheist professor who lashed out at me because of my Catholic faith. However, it evolved and took a miraculous turn. Something I'll never forget.

I hope this movie gives college kids strength to stand up to atheistic tactics and theories so prevalent in our universities.

P.S. Don't leave before the credit roll.

P.S.S. As a bonus, Superman (Dean Caine) Superman was in the film. But he was so mean, I didn't find him cute anymore. laughing


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