Let’s Go to the Movies!

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There are various choices for movie entertainment available today and it is not always easy to find or choose what is a good choice. I have decided to provide a list of entertaining Christian/Family films that you might enjoy. Take a peek and see if you have already watched any of them and if you have, please leave us a comment to let us know which movie it was and what you thought of it.

          • Courageous
            Police officers Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, and their partners are courageous men well-equipped to deal with hardened criminals. But when they remove their badges, they face a more daunting challenge–fatherhood. As their children drift away from them, can these stalwarts find a way to defend and protect those nearest and dearest to them–and draw closer to God?
          • October Baby
            When Hannah collapses during a college play, she’s rushed to the hospital, where medical tests reveal the underlying cause–trauma suffered at birth. Soon afterward, she discovers another shocking fact: she was adopted after a failed abortion attempt. Bewildered and angry, Hannah goes in search of her birth mother. Will the truth set her free?
          • Facing the Giants
            A losing high school football coach with a new game plan. After six consecutive losing seasons and fear surrounding his life, coach Grant Taylor turns to God in desperation. Taylor and his Shiloh Christian Eagles soon discover how faith plays out on the field and off!
          • The Mark
            On an overseas flight, former soldier Chad Turner carries an implanted microchip that’s capable of revolutionizing global trade. But several mercenaries are also onboard, with plans to hijack the plane and steal the device. During a midair battle, the chip’s true nature is revealed. Is it the mark of civilization’s salvation–or a powerful weapon to be used by the ultimate evil?
          • Escape
            Soon after Dr. Paul Jordan and his wife arrive in Thailand to treat the poor, Paul is kidnapped by pirates who demand he heal their captain. While being held captive, Paul befriends another prisoner–Malcom–who’s constantly quoting Scripture and praising God. As they plan their escape, will Malcom help Paul trust in someone other than himself?
          • Pawn’s Move
            Jimmy Davis has mixed feelings when he inherits Harvey’s pawn shop. He deeply misses his late mentor, but is grateful to him for leaving a 4-million-dollar collectible. In Pawn’s Move, Jimmy’s money-hungry girlfriend pursues him, and he escapes to a small town where a young woman named Lindsey captures his heart. Will secrets from their pasts keep them apart?
          • The Encounter
            Stranded in the middle of nowhere, five strangers take refuge in a deserted roadside diner. An arrogant businessman, a lonely woman, an estranged couple, and a teen runaway, they appear to have nothing in common. But the Christlike proprietor seems strangely all-knowing and offers more than temporal nourishment. . .
          • The Encounter 2: Paradise Lost
            A drug smuggler, his drug-addicted wife, and his ruthless bodyguard are trapped at a Thailand resort thanks to a suspended DEA agent. Meanwhile, the hotel owners grieve the loss of their only son. When a mysterious guest claiming to be Jesus Christ arrives, will this explosive mix of personalities seize their chance at redemption?
          • Fireproof
            The inspiring love story of a firefighter, his wife, and a marriage worth rescuing. At work, Capt. Caleb Holt (Kirk Cameron) lives by the old firefighter’s adage: “Never leave your partner behind“. At home, he lives by his  own rules. His job is to rescue others. Now Caleb Holt has to face his toughest job ever, rescuing his wife’s heart.
          • The Grace Card
            When Mac loses his son in an accident, his grief sabotages his career on the police force and makes for a combustible situation when he gets a new partner–part-time pastor and “rising star” Sam. How can they work together in life-threatening situations when they can’t see eye-to-eye on anything else?
          • What If…
            Middle-aged Ben happily pursues his materialistic goals–until a visit from an angelic mechanic throws a “wrench” into his worldview! When the angel permits Ben to see the man he would have been had he followed God’s call to marriage and the ministry, will the glimpse of what he’s missing remind him of what he truly wants?
          • Brother White
            An associate pastor of a famous mega church, James White jumps at the chance to lead an impoverished African-American congregation in Atlanta. His wife and two children aren’t crazy about the move and neither is his new flock. But can they–along with a musical miracle from BeBe Winans–save their church from a corrupt banker eager to foreclose?
          • The Woodcarver
            When troubled teen Matthew Stevenson vandalizes a church to get back at his divorced parents, he’s “sentenced” to repair the damages to avoid criminal charges. He meets Ernest–the creator of the fine woodwork that Matthew destroyed–who reluctantly agrees to help in the restoration. Will working together renew their faith in God–and life?
          • Saving Faith
            Malcolm struggles with doubt and self-loathing after surviving a car accident that kills his little girl. With his home, work, and church life crumbling, he finally turns to God. But will he be able to accept his forgiveness?
          • Hidden Secrets
            Reunited at the funeral of a hometown hero–and inspired by his faithful witness–three estranged friends find tensions escalating as personal secrets are revealed. Can Jeremy break out of an unhealthy love triangle? Can his fiancée, Rachel, rekindle their relationship? And will skeptical Gary make peace with God?
          • Johnny: Everyone Has a Special Mission
            When Dr. Drew Carter’s 10-year-old son dies in a car accident, his guilt-ridden wife rejects both Drew and their daughter. Desperate to bring his family together, he adopts a terminally ill foster child. Johnny is convinced he has a special mission in life. Could the healing of the Carter family be his assignment from God?
          • The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry
            Best buddies Dustin (Jansen Panettiere), Albert (Frankie Ryan Manriquez), and Mark (Allen Isaacson) are twelve-year-old boys looking forward to a summer of fun in 1970. When Dustin mows the lawn of seventy-five year old Jonathan Sperry (Gavin MacLeod), a man he has seen at church, a unique friendship develops. What happens the rest of this summer is something Dustin and his friends will never forget!
          • Flywheel
            Jay Austin wants to sell you a used car in the worst way…and that’s exactly what he’ll do! No one can trust him – especially his wife and son. Yet as Jay restores a classic convertible, he sees God working to restore him as well. Get ready to cheer and cry as Jay Austin begins the ride of his life when he learns to honor God with his business, his relationships, and his life!
          • The Blind Side
            Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron) knows little about family. Less about football. What the homeless teen knows are the streets and projects of Memphis. Well-to-do Leigh Anne Tuohy (Sandra Bullock) knows little about his world. Yet when she and Michael meet, he’s found a home. And the Tuohys have found something just as life-changing: a beloved new son and brother.
          • Faith Like Potatoes
            Where there’s love, there’s hope. Adapted from the best-selling autobiography Faith like Potatoes, this inspirational film weaves together the moving journey of a man who, like his potatoes, grows his faith – unseen until the harvest.
Source:
DVDs/Movies.(2012).Christianbook.com.Christianbook.com, LLC.Retrieved from http://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/easy_find?
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