Movie Reviews

Movie Reviews | Nov. 17 2011

The Mighty Macs

Quaker Media It’s 1971 and future Hall of Fame coach Cathy Rush is a woman ahead of her time. She’s about to make sports history. “The... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Feb. 3 2011

Movie reviewer gives Christian perspective on Oscar-nominated films

The nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards were announced Jan. 25 in Beverly Hills. In keeping with a revived tradition that resurfaced last... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Sep. 16 2010

To Save a Life

Director Brian Baugh The movie “To Save a Life” is an inspiring story of how one person can make a difference. “To Save a Life”... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Aug. 26 2010

Amish Grace

Director Gregg Champion “Amish Grace” is an inspirational and moving movie about compassion and forgiveness. It is based on the true... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Aug. 26 2010

What If …

Director Dallas Jenkins Are you ready for a tale of hope, second chances and what is truly important in life? Then watch the movie “What... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Aug. 19 2010

Sweetpea Beauty: A Girl After God’s Own Heart

Big Idea Inc. “Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest one of all?” Everyone remembers this famous line from the popular... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Aug. 19 2010

Preacher’s Kid

Director Stan Foster Want to see a truly inspirational movie? Check out “Preacher’s Kid.” With a feel of being a modern-day... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Feb. 28 2008

‘Amazing Grace’ named ‘most inspiring movie’

Amazing Grace,” the big-budget film that traced the life of abolitionist William Wilberforce, won Most Inspiring Movie of 2007 and Best... [READ MORE]

Children | Jan. 17 2008

What makes a movie Christian? VeggieTales ‘voice’ explains

On Jan. 11, “The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything” — the second feature-length film from the evangelical-inspired VeggieTales... [READ MORE]

Movie Reviews | Mar. 9 2005

‘The Merchant of Venice’

“The Merchant of Venice” may be Shakespeare’s most explicitly Christian play. But for modern audiences, the play’s portrayal... [READ MORE]