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Black Panther movie set was “like church” says actress

It’s not billed as a “Christian” or “Faith-based” film but that hasn’t stopped actors in the megahit “Black Panther” from speaking out about the power of God in their lives. PJ Media ...

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Inspirational Wonder tops February DVD releases

Auggie Pullman is an energetic and smart 10-year-old who is like most boys his age. He enjoys video games, Star Wars and all-things-NASA. And he’s a Wonder. Except that he’s not like ...

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Passion of the Christ sequel to be “biggest of all time”

Plans are underway for a sequel to “The Passion of the Christ.” The movie, one of the highest grossing of all times, told the story of the crucifixion of Jesus. Insiders say ...

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Inspirational ‘Wonder’ tops February DVD releases

In the movie Wonder, Auggie Pullman is an energetic and smart 10-year-old who is like most boys his age. He enjoys video games, Star Wars and all-things-NASA. Except that he’s not like ...

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‘National Treasure,’ ‘Cars 3’ top January streaming releases

Ben Gates is an historian and treasure hunter who’s a bit like Indiana Jones: He never gives up. His entire adult life he’s been searching for the “Knights Templar Treasure,” which legend ...

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‘The Star’ breaks faith-based animated drought

Something changed Nov. 17, when Sony’s Affirm Films released The Star. The film follows a donkey named Bo (voiced by Steven Yeun), a dove named Dave (Keegan-Michael Key), a sheep named Ruth ...

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Christmas leads streaming choices this month

He’s the meanest creature on the planet, but perhaps that’s to be expected. After all, his heart is “two sizes too small”–especially at Christmas!   This month we look at what’s streaming ...

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Case for Christ Tops November Streaming

This movie shines and is well worth your time while looking for good streaming options. Lee is a journalist who wants to prove that there is no God, and he’s going to ...

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Tacket hopes to change minds with ‘Is Genesis History?’

Del Tackett knows he can’t convince everyone that the events described in Genesis are literally true. But he does hope that naysayers who watch his new documentary — Is Genesis History? — ...

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What’s streaming this month?

Streaming ‘Victoria’ might fill your ‘Downton Abbey’ void. I didn’t cry when PBS’ Downton Abbey went off the air, but I thought about it. After all, what would replace my infatuation with ...

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‘Silence’ speaks volumes about faith

Martin Scorsese is one of the great auteurists of our time. From Oscar winning films like Taxi Driver (1976) and The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), no one questions Scorsese’s repertoire for ...

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Passengers to nowhere

Interstellar travel seems to be a similar goal all humans hold these days. The thrill of exploring new planets, discovering new galaxies, and in the case of Morten Tyldum’s (Imitation Game) space ...

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Eight faith-based films hit theaters this fall

For fans of faith-based films, this fall could be a banner time to visit the theater. With Hillsong: Let Hope Rise leading the way Sept. 16, eight films marketed toward Christian audiences ...

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Ben-Hur is a Gospel-infused ‘visual delight’

When the first Ben-Hur trailer was released earlier this year, my concerns were the same as many other moviegoers and critics. It appeared heavy on action, short on story, and – aghast! ...

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 stays true to original

My Big Fat Greek Wedding first hit theaters in 2002. Now, fourteen years later (opening March 25), we have finally been given a sequel that was more than worth the wait. Fans ...

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