The best family movies do more than entertain. They also include a positive message or two that children will easily catch -- and that mom and dad can discuss on the ride home from the theater.
Have you spent several years of your life trying different ways to lose weight? Have you missed important events in your life because you were afraid to show up due to your appearance? Maybe you’ve tried all the latest fad diets, made routine visits to the gym, and asked others for advice, but you continue to “yo-yo diet” by gaining and losing the same 20 pounds again and again. Have you grown discouraged and given up? How long has it been since you really liked yourself?
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.
This month on Amazon Prime, one popular sitcom from the 80's – Growing Pains – begins streaming. The show follows the adventures of psychiatrist Jason Seaver and his reporter wife Maggie as they raise their three children
Fans of faith-based movies who also have a love for the U.S. military could be a bit busy in the next two months.
Filmmaker David G. Evans was searching for ideas a few years ago when he stumbled upon a true story he thought would make for an interesting movie.