Lee Abbott and his family live in the quiet countryside amidst rolling hills, endless cornfields and big, blue skies. But if you look beyond this postcard-like scene, you’ll soon discover … Continue Reading REVIEW: Don’t miss the loud pro-life message in ‘A Quiet Place’
Caroline is an energetic, optimistic and outgoing teenager who lights up every room and – as her best friend Kelley says – turns “absolutely anything into an adventure.” She’s also … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘The Miracle Season’ is inspiring. It also gives us something we haven’t had at the box office.
It’s not easy being the younger brother of a former president. Or the younger brother of the former attorney general. Of the son of a former FDR official. For Edward … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘Chappaquiddick’ leaves you enraged and sympathetic — all at once
Wade is a technology-crazed teenager living in a technology-crazed world. Sound familiar? This world, though, is much different from modern-day America. The year is 2045, and Wade is fighting for … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘Ready Player One’ is spot-on in its warning about technology
Dave Hill is co-pastor of a thriving, historical church that’s a lot like any other congregation today. It stands firm on God’s Word. It reaches out to the downtrodden. It … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness’ is very different from its predecessors
The year is A.D. 67, and Emperor Nero – the cruel Roman ruler you read about in history books – is on a rampage. At night, his soldiers tie up … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘Paul: Apostle of Christ’ weaves an inspiring tale about the early church
Bart Millard is a young boy with big dreams. Perhaps this 1980s kid will be a space pilot. Or a Jedi knight. Or a sports star. Sadly, though, Bart’s father … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘I Can Only Imagine’ is one of the most powerful films I’ve ever seen
Meg is a timid, insecure girl living in a world that doesn’t embrace such flaws. At school, she gets ridiculed. At home, she lays awake at night and wonders why … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ booted God to the curb … and the plot, too
When the first Star Wars movies were released four decades ago, it was easy to avoid spoilers and leaks. There was no Facebook or Twitter. There wasn’t even an Internet. As long … Continue Reading REVIEW: Is ‘The Last Jedi’ family-friendly? (And is it too scary for small children?)
It’s always difficult when you discover that your long-lost sister is the goddess of death. It’s even worse when you learn that she can whip you in a fight. But … Continue Reading REVIEW ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ doesn’t take itself too seriously. That’s good.
Eric Marsh is a 40-something Arizona man who wants only one thing in life: to fight wildfires. But he doesn’t want to be a member of just any firefighting crew. He wants … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘Only The Brave’ has a pro-family message, even if it’s not family-friendly
Ron Hall is an international art dealer who seemingly has everything a man could want: a high-paying job, a nice house and a wonderful wife. But just like the fake … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘Same Kind of Different As Me’ is a powerful picture of Romans 8:28
Joseph Spell is a black chauffer accused of raping and trying to murder a white woman who just happens to be his wealthy employer. He maintains he’s innocent, but in … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘Marshall’ a compelling civil rights film about the Supreme Court justice, but not kid-friendly
Alex is a 40-something woman stranded in an airport, desperately trying to find an available flight so she won’t miss her wedding the next day. Ben, too, is stranded, and, … Continue Reading REVIEW: Is ‘The Mountain Between Us’ family-friendly and OK for children?
David Newman is a middle-age associate pastor of a booming megachurch who lives with one motto: Trust God in all circumstances. And thus far, it seems God has blessed him … Continue Reading REVIEW: ‘A Question of Faith’ delivers lessons rarely seen on the big screen
Lloyd is just an average high school teenager trying to find his place in life. Except that, well, his life is anything but average. When he’s not at school or … Continue Reading REVIEW: Is ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ family-friendly and OK for small children? (And are there any scary parts?)