November’s Five Family Friendly Things

Editor’s note: This monthly series, “5 Family-Friendly Things,” spotlights five family-friendly entertainment choices on film, DVDs, streaming or television.    Bible movies are a favorite in my household, but even...

Kindness is secret to Winnie’s popularity, ‘Christopher Robin’ producer says

Nearly a century after the first book by English author A. A. Milne was published, Winnie the Pooh remains as popular as ever, with cartoons, videos games and two...
REVIEW: ‘Indivisible’ is entertaining and convicting

REVIEW: ‘Indivisible’ is entertaining and convicting

Filmmaker David G. Evans was searching for ideas a few years ago when he stumbled upon a true story he thought would make for an interesting movie. This weekend, Evans’...
REVIEW: ‘Gosnell’ is an eye-opening look at the abortion industry

REVIEW: ‘Gosnell’ isn’t gruesome, but it IS appalling and eye-opening

Abortion is one of those hot-button issues that few Americans want to discuss publicly. It’s the subject you don’t raise at the Thanksgiving dinner table nor at the workplace...
‘Growing Pains’ leads October’s streaming entries

‘Growing Pains’ leads October streaming lineup on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu

Remember when most primetime sitcoms weren’t vulgar, and when the whole family could relax around the television and laugh out loud together? As a child of the 1970's and 80's,...
REVIEW: Does ‘Smallfoot’ bash religion?

REVIEW: Does ‘Smallfoot’ bash religion?

Children’s movies never have been fully innocent, but the past few years have brought us an unusual number of films with questionable plots – especially if you’re a Christian...
REVIEW: Sorry, but ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls’ isn’t for kids

REVIEW: Sorry, but ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls’ isn’t for kids

Jonathan Barnavelt is a creepy, middle-aged man who lives in a creepy, haunted mansion. Mannequins walk. Chairs move. Paintings dance. And let’s not forget the lion-shaped shrubbery, which sails...
REVIEW: ‘Unbroken: Path to Redemption’ is a well-done, powerful sequel

REVIEW: ‘Unbroken: Path to Redemption’ is a well-done, powerful sequel

Cynthia Zamperini is a young woman married to a famous Olympian and a decorated World War II veteran.  But despite her outward appearance, she’s not feeling so fortunate. Her...
REVIEW: Patriotic moviegoers might enjoy ‘God Bless the Broken Road’

REVIEW: Patriotic moviegoers might enjoy ‘God Bless the Broken Road’

Fans of faith-based movies who also have a love for the U.S. military could be a bit busy in the next two months. That’s because three films with military themes...

ReelWorks Studios Delivers “The Trump Prophecy”

A True Story of Hope and the Power of Prayer CHARLOTTE, NC — On April 28, 2011, Mark Taylor, a recently retired firefighter, woke at 2:00 A.M. Unable to return...