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Total Recall, Colin Farrell

'Total Recall': Non-Stop Action, Not Much Depth

The 2012 remake of the 1990 movie has a lot of action, but plot holes leave many unanswered questions. Total Recall is rated PG-13, but with foul language, brutal violence and lewd content, is it appropriate for your teenagers?

The Dark Knight Rises

'Dark Knight' Finale Rises to The Occasion

The Dark Knight Rises is an epic and thrilling finale to Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy—following the gritty and dark pedigree of its predecessors.

Ice Age Continental Drift

'Ice Age' Offers More 'Prehistorical' Adventure

Ice Age: Continental Drift—the fourth installment in the computer-animated adventure comedy film franchise—is far from the perfect family-friendly movie, but it does offer some positive life lessons.
Amazing Spiderman

'Spider-Man' Swings With Amazing Effects and Action

It's safe to say this about Sony's reboot of the Marvel Comics' superhero: With great special effects and action (plus strong character development) comes great response at the box office.

Saving Faith

Saving Faith

After his daughter dies in a car accident, Malcolm’s life begins to fall apart. God’s grace and the power of forgiveness are revealed as this father fights to save his lifeline to God.
Brother White

Brother White

David A.R. White portrays a pastor out of his element in inner-city Atlanta in the flim, Brother White.
Men in Black

'Men in Black 3' Time Warps Through Fun Barrier

How does a sequel outdo the original without outdoing the original? Make it just as great, but then connect with the heart on a deeper level. Men in Black 3 is just that—Men in Black with a deeper connection.
The Avengers

‘The Avengers’ is a Marvel to Behold

Arguably the most highly anticipated movie of the year with a reported staggering budget of $220 million, Marvel's The Avengers finally hits theaters with lots of hype and hoopla—after two Iron Man films, two Hulk flicks with two different Hulks, plus Thor and Captain America movies.
Freedom Fighter

Freedom Fighter

As filmmaker Chris Yates followed Majed El Shafie on missions to Pakistan and Afghanistan, he realized that the work needed a wider audience.
The Woodcarver

Carving Out Life

In The Woodcarver (Vivendi Entertainment), Matthew is a troubled young man from a broken home.
October Baby

October Baby

When director Jon Erwin and his brother Andrew decided to make a film about an abortion survivor, they knew they’d have to handle the topic with incredible tact and sensitivity. They succeeded.
Frontier Boys

The Frontier Boys

When John Grooters and his then-young-teen son, Jedidiah, lamented the lack of a suitable movie for a guys’ outing, they didn’t just grumble—they ended up making their own.
Beware of Christians

Are We Dangerous?

Endorsed by more than 100 ministry leaders, sports figures and others, Beware of Christians documents four Christian college students as they travel across Europe to interview people about the relevance of Christianity in today’s world.
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