Typically, these are independently released movies or "direct to DVD" movies that have no MPAA rating.
Recreating a film as classic as Ben Hur is a task few would attempt. The comparisons are inevitable and the challenge of crafting a film that captures both the remarkable story and the
Based on the best-selling expose by Lawrence Wright, Director and Narrator Alex Gibney documents a remarkable look at the insidious nature of the so-called “church” of Scientology.
It is a little known fact to most people who grew up in the post-World War II era that in August of 1944 as the Allies were about to liberate Paris from the Nazis, it was only a last minute
Like buried treasure, Nicky’s Family tells the remarkable story of a humanitarian hero of World War II that was hidden for half a century. Nicholas Winton, a
One of the purposes of the cinematic arts is to reveal what the audience intuits to be true but has not yet seen. It resonates with our common humanity and opens
All of us struggle with various quirks in our personality. But when those tendencies become so strong as to disorder our lives, we need help. Where we get that help is perhaps the most
Even after watching the biography of Terry Hitchcock’s run from Minneapolis to Atlanta in 75 days, it is difficult to really understand why. He explains in a very calm manner that it was
Tom Kleine’s experience as a special education teacher is reflected in his two films serially combined in “One Year/One Week.” Released on DVD, the moralistic films sensitively present
The visual presentation of Lee Strobel’s book “The Case For Faith” is compelling. As a follow-up volume from his first book, The Case For Christ, the award-winning journalist applies his
For those of us who live in the Christian community, we know that laughter is one of our most common social characteristics. Perhaps based on both the hope of our faith and the comic view that however bad things may appear, God is going to work
Very different from the films we usually review are the two films titled “Thou Shalt Laugh” and “Thou Shalt Laugh II (The Deuce).” Both are presentations of a comedy show and both films are set
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