In stark contrast to 50 Shades of Grey, this film tells a love story from a Godly point of view. Find out when you can purchase it on DVD.
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'The Avengers' sequel dials up the action, character development, one-liners and epic battles, which could be too intense for young fan boys and fan girls.
Exodus Cry's Laila Mickelwait is stirring an international controversy about female empowerment.
It's easy to lose your way in the 'world's most influential mission field.' Mimi Sagadin and other believers offer tips on navigating Hollywood.
The "New Atheists" say God is dead, but surveys suggest Hollywood and the public aren't buying it. What do you think?
Understanding biblical Christianity begins by dismissing Hollywood's inaccurate versions.
Movieguide is not happy about the adaptation of Bill O'Reilly's book. Find out what went wrong.
The world needs to see why worship music is impacting millions of people around the globe.
Ridley Scott's first biblically-themed project since Exodus: Gods and Kings rated 3 out of 5 stars by Faith Driven Consumer.
The family-friendly, alien/human road trip movie offers touching lessons on hope and friendship, but it's also marred by rude humor.
Will you be seeing Do You Believe?
Scheduled for a fall release, this film promises to be a hit among Christian audiences.
"This release is very timely and has modern-day application as anti-Semitism is rearing its head again in many parts of Europe and the United States."
With very little experience, here's how the singer-songwriter broke into acting and has instantly become a hit.
Makers of the popular Christian film took home some prestigious honors from the gala.
What we watch and listen to affects the heart—it's impossible to separate the two. So why are believers watching this movie?
The third in the Hobbit trilogy will soon be available for consumers to purchase.
The movie, set for release in 2016 and starring young Canadian actress Hannah Brennen, provides a strong message hope for your daily life.
Although some scenes are inappropriate, the story about the life of former gay-rights-activist-turned-pastor Michael Glatze has much more to offer than the issue of sexual orientation.
'The heavens are 'God's billboard,' John Hagee says. Are we picking up God's signals?