This charming film won the Audience Award for Narrative Spotlight at SXSW Film Fest 2019. Shia LeBeouf and Zack Gottsagen make an unlikely, yet fantastic pair of actors that will warm your heart as they go on what feels like a Mark Twain adventure.
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A lovable dog and Milo Ventimiglia. Now THAT'S a winning formula for a tearjerker movie, right? If you’re a fan of This Is Us: Season 1, you’ve probably been anticipating this movie and are prepared to go to the theater with tissues to wipe your inevitable tears. Good plan.
Latter-day Saint Movie Review: What Families Need To Know Before Taking Your Kids to “Angry Birds 2”
Does anyone play this Angry Birds Classic app game anymore? Sony Pictures is hoping so. They raked in $350 million in 2016 for the first The Angry Birds Movie (Theatrical) and would love a repeat for their sequel. Did you like the first one? If yes, then you might get a kick out of this one. If not, then skip it.
Latter-day Saint Movie Review: How “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” Compares to the Cartoon Favorite
Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures presents Dora The Explorer in a way that gives you the nostalgia you want (if you watched the TV show) but in an even broader action-comedy. With a wink of their eye, Nick Jr. offers a movie that is cheeky fun and sweet, making it a good family-friendly way to end the summer before school starts. This is the first Nick Jr. movie to hit the Big Screen.
In this interview, director Mitch Davis discusses the effect that his recent film is having: "There is something truly unique about the spiritual impact this movie possesses. One sister told us, 'Your movie turned the theater into hallowed ground.' I think this movie goes beyond being emotional and dramatic to being something else. I think it possesses and delivers what it's subtitle refers to -- 'the fire of faith.'" Plus, here's how you can bring the movie to you.
Latter-day Saint Movie Review: What Families Need To Know Before Seeing “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw”
Spies. Tough guys. Weapons. The end of the world. This adrenaline-packed action comedy is a spin-off and number 8 in the Fast & Furious franchise. You don’t need to have seen any of The Fast and the Furious movies before to enjoy this movie; it works as a stand-alone film. Here's what else you need to know before taking your family.
Director T.C. Christensen returns with another beautifully-shot, warmly-acted, unabashedly Latter-day Saint film meant to inspire kindness and faith. The Fighting Preacher once again finds the director leaning into his strengths, with cleanly-shot, calmly-edited, old-fashioned film-making reminiscent of Frank Capra, capturing a true story that promotes interfaith friendship, increased tolerance and love for one's neighbor, and facing opposition and cruelty with kindness.