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Archive for the 'Movie Review' Category

-Movie Review: ‘42’

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Theatre Release: April 12, 2013 by Warner Bros; PG-13 (themes and language); Historical Drama; Directed By: Brian Helgeland; Cast: Chadwick Boseman, T.R. Knight, Harrison Ford, Nicole Beharie 42 is a movie that should be seen for many different reasons. First of all it is a very good movie (but not quite great) with a number […]

-Movie Review: “Cutback”

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

*Coming Soon: on April 5th from Skipstone Pictures; Directed by: Lance Bachelder & Johnny Remo; Cast: Justin Schwan (Luke Harris), Angel Cruz (Casey), Kelsey Sanders (Emily), Danny Smith (Youth Pastor- Shane), Andy Shephard (Matt), Raquel Gardner (Mom), Greg Carlson (Dad), Jessie Nickson, Matt Beacham, Christopher Michael, Ed Morgan. **Awards: Peoples Choice Award: Best Feature Film […]

-Movie Review: Rust (PG)

Monday, November 1st, 2010

DVD Now Available: From Provident Films & Sony Home Entertainment:   Rust movie trailer Touching story set in the small farming community of Kipling, Saskatchewan (pop: 1,100). Corbin Bernsen plays James (Jimmy) Moore a long time minister who has a midlife crisis of faith and goes back home to Kipling to find his way once […]

-Movie Review: “Upside”

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Upside Trailer An excellent Christian movie now available on DVD. Inspiring story, good acting, with a wonderful soundtrack. I really liked this movie. Story of a high school senior with everything and everything going for him at least so it seems. A marvelous story with all sorts of lessons for living. Great for the whole […]

-Movie Review: “The Last Airbender” (PG)

Monday, July 5th, 2010

(Image by AMMY.LOU via Flickr) This film was a major disappointment. My grandson and I looked forward to seeing this for months. I was looking forward to see another M. Night Shyamalan masterpiece and this wasn’t while my grandson is a fan of The Avatar TV series the movie is based upon. Both of us […]

-Green Zone: Another Hollywood Anti-Bush/Iraq War Flop- Will They Ever learn?

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Heavy PR and advertizing notwithstanding, Green Zone opened with a miserable $14.3 million box office over the last weekend. The film was shown in over 3,000 theaters which is usually reserved for potential hits only to fall on its proverbial face. When will Hollywood ever learn. It joins a dozen or so failed anti-Bush anti-war […]

-Sandra Bullock Wins an Oscar

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Congratulations to Sandra Bullock for her well deserved Oscar as Best Actress in a Leading Role. Her portrayal of a wealthy Southern white Christian housewife who raises a homeless black kid in The Blind Side is one of the best that I have ever seen. If someone would have told me that Bullock was up […]

-2012: The Movie, Humanity, and Religion

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Image by ?l?c?ou?14* via Flickr This is one of those movies which are fun and enjoyable if you don’t take it at all serious and view it as a tongue-in-cheek picture of humanity at its very best and decidedly worst in the midst of unrelenting natural disaster. A scientist- Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) discovers that […]

-Malatya: A True Story of Modern Day Martyrs

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

DVD Release: Oct. 20, 2009 by Voice of the Martyrs; Producer: Stephen Husmann, Director: Nolan Dean; Run Time: 76 minutes. Review by Dana Chaffin: October 20, 2009 is the second DVD release date for the stunning documentary Malatya.  The film, which had an early release through Voice of the Martyrs on April 18th, 2009 in […]

-Movie review: “Star Trek”

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

I could be considered a veteran die-hard ‘trekkie’ after 40 + years of watching the original 60’s series on TV when I was young, all of the “Next Generation” episodes with my children, never missing “Deep Space 9”, “Voyager”, or “The Enterprise” series. I eagerly attended every large screen movie offering of the venerable franchise, […]