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-Book of Eli (R)

Theater release: January 15, 2010 by Warner Bros. Pictures; Directed by: The Hughes Brothers; Runtime: 1 hour 58 minutes; Cast: Denzel Washington (Eli), Gary Oldman (Carnegie), Mila Kunis (Solara), Ray Stevenson (Redridge), Jennifer Beals (Claudia), Michael Gambon (George). A post-apocalyptic tale that immediately reminds one of the old Mad Max flicks, the violence in particular. […]

-Set Apart

**DVD Release: September 22, 2009 by Provident Films, Directed by: Ralph Portillo; Cast: Richard Roundtree (J.T.), John Schneider (John Gunn), Jennifer O’Neill (Michele Gunn), Heidi Gunn (Herself), Randy Gunn (Himself), Ronnie Alvarez (Rey), Ary Katz (Marcus), Marina Shtelen (Korina), Brandon Wilson (Anthony). Set Apart brings ministries to the movies! Review by Dana Chaffin:      In […]

-Angels and Demons (PG-13)

Theater release: May 15, 2009 by Columbia Pictures; Directed by: Ron Howard; Runtime: 2 hours 18 minutes; Cast: Tom Hanks (Robert Langdon), Ewan McGregor (Camerlengo Patrick McKenna), Ayelet Zurer (Vittoria Vetra), Stellan Skarsgård (Commander Richter), Armin Mueller-Stahl (Cardinal Strauss), Pierfrancesco Favino (Inspector Olivetti), Nikolaj Lie Kaas (Assassin) I found Ron Howard’s new movie adaptation of […]

-House Looks at Faith

By Chris Glazier, from New Man eMagazine–-Chris looks at several episodes of House which actually revolve around issues of faith which is remarkable for a show which features a doctor that is outspoken in his atheism.           *Top

-A Letter To Dad

*Now on DVD: From Skipstone Pictures, Nov. 4  2008, Produced and Directed by Johnny Remo, Editor/Co-Producer-Lance Bachelder, Score/Composer-Matt Gates, Writers: Johnny Remo & Dan A. Donavan, Runtime: 86 min., MPAA Rating: Unrated.  Cast: John Ashton – Mike (Dad), Thom Mathews – Dan, Corin Nemec – Dan (teen years), Paul Gleason – Tony, Janice Lynde – […]

-Fireproof (PG)

Produced by Sherwood Pictures.  Released:September 26, 2008, by Samuel Goldwyn Films.  Directed by: Alex Kendrick, Runtime: 118 minutes, Cast: Kirk Cameron (Caleb Holt), Erin Bethea (Catherine Holt), Ken Bevel (Michael Simmons), Harris Malcom (John Holt), Phyllis Malcom (Cheryl Holt), Blake Bailey (Stephanie Mills), Walter Burnett (Dr. Anderson), Bill Stafford (Mr. Rudolph) This is a film […]

Hollywood Unhinged: Matt Damon on Gov. Palin

Response: Gov. Palin never claimed anywhere that dinosaurs were on the earth only 4,000 years ago–a false conjecture. Also, the supposed library book banning has been exposed as a complete hoax by CNN and USA Today. Sorry Matt, thinking and talking without a script is obviously not your forte.            *Top

-The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (PG)

Walt Disney Studios, May 16, 2008, Directed by: Andrew Adamson, 145 minutes, Cast: Ben Barnes (Prince Caspian), Georgie Henley (Lucy Pevensie), William Moseley (Peter Pevensie), Skandar Keynes (Edmund Pevensie), Anna Popplewell (Susan Pevensie), Peter Dinklage (Trumpkin), Sergio Castellitto (Lord Miraz), Warwick Davis (Nikabrik), Liam Neeson (voice of Aslan), Eddie Izzard (voice of Reepicheep). One year […]

-2 year Anniversary and Changes in Blog Emphasis

March 5, 2008 marked the 2 year anniversary of ANSWERS For The Faith Blogs. In the midst of evaluating all of my sites, I realized that the Movies & TV Commentary was over due for a change in emphasis and direction. I started out reviewing movies and TV programs with an eye towards commenting on […]

-Amazing Grace (PG)

Samuel Goldwyn/ Roadside Attractions, Feb. 23, 2007. Directed by: Michael Apted, 118 minutes, Cast: Ioan Gruffudd (William Wilberforce), Romola Garai (Barbara Spooner), Albert Finney (John Newton), Benedict Cumberbatch (William Pitt the Younger), Rufus Sewell (Thomas Clarkson), Youssou N’Dour (Olaudah Equiano) This movie was an exceptional experience for me. I go to lots of shows but […]