Five Winter Films Actually Worth Seeing

January and February are usually pretty bland months as far as movie releases are concerned. Sure there are still films coming out every week, but are they worth your time? And, more importantly, are they worth spending money to see in a theater? Or might they be better left to Netflix or Redbox a... -Read More

10 Great Holiday Films

Turn the A/C down low, brew up some hot chocolate, and gather the family around to enjoy these classic holiday films that are sure to get you in the Christmas spirit! Miracle On 34th Street A remake of the 1947 film by the same name, this film is about a department store Santa that... -Read More

Fall Films You Won’t Want To Miss

Flight Flight, starring Denzel Washington and Don Cheadle, is the story of airline Captain William Whitaker, played by Washington, who manages a seemingly impossible emergency landing after some sort of midair disturbance forces the plane down. Against all odds, Whitaker manages to save the lives of his passengers. When he awakens in his hospital... -Read More

The Dark Knight Rises: Beneath the Surface

(Warning: May contain spoilers!) With the release of The Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman trilogy has come to an end. As we examine this film, there are things that are sure to stay with us long after the credits roll. Nolan has crafted a story that is about so much more than... -Read More

A Motivating Movie

While the film Hotel Rwanda was released nearly 10 years ago in 2004, it has a transcendent ability to take us on a journey of examination of our attitudes toward issues of social justice, an examination that is as relevant today as it was the day this movie was released. The film is based... -Read More

Honoring a Father’s Dream: Sons of Lwala

It is late at night and cries of distress are heard from a woman giving birth in a remote village in Kenya. Although her baby is safely delivered, she is bleeding to death and in need of critical medical care. Although the hospital is very far way, villagers make an attempt to take her.... -Read More

2011 Summer Movie Guide

In the sweltering heat of a typical summer day in South Florida, nothing quite beckons like the cool comfort of the local movie theatre. Ice cold mega-sized soda in hand and vat of buttered popcorn at the ready; we wait in the darkness with eager anticipation to be swept away into an engaging escape.... -Read More

10 Films to Watch About Human Trafficking

Knowledge is the first step to fighting the war on human trafficking. These ten films and documentaries shine a spotlight on this global epidemic. Their tragic depictions will motivate you to take a stand in the modern day abolitionist movement. The Dark Side of Chocolate Have you ever thought that the chocolate you buy... -Read More

THOR: Humility and Sacrifice Overcome Arrogance

THOR, the latest superhero movie from Marvel Comics, begins with the powerful but arrogant warrior getting a lesson in humility from his father, Odin, the king of Asgard. Thor’s reckless actions almost reignite an ancient war between Asgard and their long-time enemies, the Frost Giants. So, Odin strips Thor of his alien super powers... -Read More

Christmas Classics… Great Holiday films

A list of great Holiday films Grab some popcorn balls and enjoy these fun, festive holiday features! “A Charlie Brown Christmas” (1965). The Peanuts gang searches for the true meaning of Christmas in this half-hour animated treasure. It features funny dialogue, charismatic voice performances and an award-winning jazzy score by Vince Guaraldi. And how... -Read More