Unplanned – Movie Review

I've been following Unplanned since it was first announced. When I learned the behind the scenes story of actress Ashley Bratcher,  I knew I had to see it. I was especially excited because two of the Unplanned actors are actors from our movies. Robert Thomason, who was Graduation Speaker in Summer of '67, is Abby…

Using Movies to Make a Difference – With Producer Darren Moorman

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I love when filmmakers think outside of the box and use movies to truly impact lives. Darren Moorman is one of those filmmakers. He has teamed up with the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions to create life changing Red Carpet Movie Premieres. On October 18, volunteers and donors in 150 cities will have the opportunity…

Wish For Christmas – Movie Review

It's mid October which means Christmas movies are right around the corner. Get a jump start on holiday viewing with Wish For Christmas, being released by Pure Flix November 1. Wish for Christmas is the story of Anna, a teen girl who is tired of her parents' strict rules. When they tell her she has…

Pirate’s Code: The Adventures of Mickey Matson – Movie Review by Clay Herd

My daughter and her husband love fun action movies, and so when I was offered the chance to review Pirate's Code: The Adventures of Mickey Matson, I immediately thought of them. I was right. They really enjoyed it and Clay took time to write his thoughts on it.  Synopsis: In this follow up to Mickey…

Taken By Grace – Review and Recommendation

I've been following Taken By Grace on facebook and found the concept and trailer to be intriguing, so I was excited when the director approached me about reviewing the movie. I watched the movie last night, and it was exactly what I was anticipating and more. The story is pretty simple. A young couple is…

The Book of Esther – Movie Review

As a children’s church leader many years ago, I loved telling Bible stories in a way that modern children could relate. I didn’t change the stories, but I gave them a modern feel. Director David A.R. White has taken that same approach with The Book of Esther. Biblical movies tend to include certain cliched details…