"It's time to end the compromise and raise our standards for the film industry," father of twelve posted to his Facebook wall last Saturday. "Start saying "no" to the secular Hollywood industry and put your money behind shallow Christian films that reinforce the traditional stereotypes that real Christians everywhere fight against in real-life relationships with … Continue reading Vocal Proponent of Shallow, Nominally Christian Films Calls For Higher Standards For Film
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Last night, along with 30 other friends and friends of friends, I saw the final Hobbit film: The Battle of the Five Armies. One day my children will ask me about the day I went and saw the first showing of the last Tolkien film in theaters on Tuesday the 16th, the year of our … Continue reading #onelasttime
The Redemption of Henry Myers Network Premier: March 23rd, 2014 DVD release: June 10th, 2014 Dove Rating: 5 Stars for ages 12+ My Rating: 1 star for discerning audiences only It was a better quality film than most Independent Christian Films I've seen. The acting was decent, the cinematography was good. It was watchable...which is … Continue reading The Profanity of Christian Films (that aren’t really Christian)
When I first heard that Disney was bringing my favorite princess to the silver screen I was excited. Rapunzel was always one of my favorite fairy tales. As a little girl, I dreamed of having floor-length hair like hers by the time I was 20. But as I reach behind my back and feel the … Continue reading Rapunzel and Mark Antony Get Tangled
THE SNOW QUEEN (The inspiration for Disney's hit film, "Frozen" and perhaps C. S. Lewis' book "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" as well) How does Frozen compare with the original fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson? Story: The Snow-Queen is a story of a young girl, Gerda, who sets off on an arduous … Continue reading Loving the Unlovable (a closer look at Disney’s “Frozen”)