Movie Review: Risen

Risen is the first of a quartet of Christian films debuting this Lent and Easter season.  The film begins with the earthquake and death of Jesus.  Roman Military Tribune Clavius, the right hand of Pontius Pilate, is sent to the crucifixion to ensure that The Nazarene is truly dead. After the crucifixion, Clavius and his aide, Lucius, have the enormous […]

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Movie Review: The Christmas Candle

I wrote this review two years ago, but wanted to repost for you.  A great movie to watch on video this Christmas season. The Christmas Candle We all need a reminder about the true meaning of Christmas.  Max Lucado’s The Christmas Candle delivers with a heartfelt story. In Victorian England, it is 1890 and a new age is on the […]

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Movie Review: Woodlawn

Are you looking for a good movie this weekend? Woodlawn is a great movie to see.  You will find yourself inspired, moved and reminiscent about life in the tumultuous 1960s. The film takes place in the segregated days of 1973 Alabama when the schools are struggling for integration.  The football team at Woodlawn High School is struggling, along with the […]

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Movie Review: War Room

The Kendrick brother’s newest film, War Room, is a movie everyone needs to see. The film focuses on Elizabeth and Tony, a married couple that are struggling.  Tony is too consumed with work and distracted by women to put much work into his marriage.  Their ten year old daughter, Danielle, feels neglected.  Elizabeth meets, Miss Clara, when she goes to […]

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Book Review: Aurora Teagarden

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel will air the second Aurora Teagarden mystery tomorrow night. Actually this is the second film, but based on the first book in the series—Real Murders. Aurora “Roe” Teagarden is a local librarian, who meets with the members of the Real Murders Club to analyze and discuss famous murder cases.   That is, until this hobby becomes […]

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Cedar Cove TV Review

Cedar Cove is returning to the Hallmark Channel tonight.   I am reposting the review I wrote after the first season.  If you’ve not seen the series, I encourage you to tune in.  The books by Debbie Macomber are well worth the read. Cedar Cove Series Hallmark Channel is well known for their heart warming, family movies.  I was excited […]

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Movie Review: Faith of Our Fathers

Are you looking for a reminder of that Patriot spirit? In our world today, the media portrays that the Patriot spirit is slipping away.   However, Faith of our Fathers shows that spirit is still alive.  In the movie, John Paul George knows nothing of his father, Steven George, who died in the Vietnam War.  He sets out to discover more […]

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Movie Review: The Ultimate Life

Happy 4th of July! I want to re-run this review for a movie now available on DVD and shown on cable TV.  If you are looking for a good movie on this holiday, here is a suggestion. The Ultimate Life If you loved The Ultimate Gift, you will enjoy the sequel, The Ultimate Life. The movies are based on the […]

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Movie Review: Old Fashioned–A Must See

Do you wish you could go back in time?  Do you long for the ideals shared by your parents and grandparents? Old Fashioned shares these ideals, of a young man not afraid to stand up for what he believes in. Clay Walsh, is a former frat boy, who gave up on the way of the world to honor his belief […]

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Movie Review: The Song

I had the privilege of seeing an early review of a movie that released on Friday, September 26. Do you get confused at time reading the Song of Songs?  Do you wish you could see what he is saying? Well, with The Song, you can!  The song is a modern day interpretation on the life of King Solomon. Jed, is […]

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Movie Review: When the Game Stands Tall

    I just saw When the Game Stands Tall in the theaters and greatly enjoyed the movie. When the Game Stands Tall tells the true story of Coach Bob Ladouceur and the 151 winning streak he accomplished. The movie picks up near the end of the streak, with several challenging and life altering events that effect Coach Ladouceur and the […]

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