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The president of a Hollywood production unit says movie studios are making more faith-based films than they ever have in the past
Let’s face it: It can be difficult to find a movie that the whole family can watch. Thankfully, though, there were quite a few family-friendly films released in theaters in 2018. Here are my favorite 10:
Mary Poppins was popular because it reminded us of everything that is wonderful about childhood: imagination and innocence and fun.
Spiderman has one coarse word (h-ll) and also plenty of violence -- more than the Incredibles series but less than a live-action superhero film -- yet that doesn’t distract from the film’s core
King David likely would have enjoyed watching nature documentaries on television. After all, he’s the one who told us “the heavens declare the glory of God”
If Dick Van Dyke is singing and dancing in a movie, then you can guarantee I’m ready to watch it. So it’s no surprise that...
I now have a new entree into my Top 10: Creed II. And I don’t even like boxing.
Instant Family conveys the gamut of emotions that a foster/adoptive family experiences -- including fear, anxiety and, most importantly, joy -- but tells the story through the lens of laughter.
This month on Amazon Prime and Hulu, one of the best films on the subject of bullying -- 2017’s Wonder (PG)
I’ve lost count at the number of “children’s films" that contained questionable adult content. But there are exceptions, and a new movie in theaters this weekend -- The Grinch (PG) -- stays firmly in family-friendly territory while giving us a few positive messages, too.