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Hollywood Shuns Traditional Marriage Supporters

The response of Hollywood is the temptation to blacklist anyone who supported Proposition 8 and to eliminate or marginalize their influence in liberal Hollywood.

Director Mark Herman Looks at the Holocaust with New Eyes

After writing the screenplay for a British romantic comedy back in 2003, writer/director Mark Herman was in pursuit of a “weightier” project. But even he couldn’t anticipate “the dark places” The Boy in the Striped Pajamas would take him.

  • Christa Banister |
  • November 19, 2008 |
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Man’s Best Friend Digs Deeper in Bolt

It was no trouble getting in character to voice the lead dog in Disney’s new animated movie, says John Travolta. “Fortunately, I’m already in touch with my inner dog,” he said at the press day for Bolt, which opens November 21.

Ruby: Telling My Truth

Ruby, a nine-episode reality show, is about one woman’s life and death battle against obesity and premieres Sunday, November 9 on The Style Network at 8:00 p.m. ET.

  • Sr. Rose Pacatte, FSP |
  • November 06, 2008 |
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"Somebody's Daughter" Raises Pornography Awareness

Oct. 26 through Nov. 2 is Pornography Awareness Week, and the makers “Somebody’s Daughter” hope the DVD will not only promote awareness but also help those facing the addiction.

The Wildcats Are Growing Up in “High School Musical 3”

In Disney's High School Musical 3, the singing, dancing and romancing adventures are getting the big screen treatment—which can’t help but seriously up the ante for fans who’ve been eagerly anticipating the Wildcats’ senior year.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 22, 2008 |
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Lee Strobel: Casing for the Faith

Atheist-turned-author Lee Strobel hopes to help Christians communicate their beliefs to others by using his new DVD, The Case for Faith: The Film, which distills the teaching from his best-selling book into a 79-minute visual format.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 15, 2008 |
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Interviewees Cry Foul Play in Maher's 'Religulous'

The problem with "Religulous," according to some people in the film, is that Maher's fast-paced, edited versions of exchanges don't truly reflect the complex beliefs they shared with him.

Tiny Pooches Deliver in Disney’s Beverly Hills Chihuahua

With positive “tiny but mighty” and “find your bark” types of messages we’ve come to expect from Disney, Beverly Hills Chihuahua delivers family-friendly entertainment with an endearing zaniness that both parents and children will love.

Get to Know The Duggars in 17 Kids and Counting

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar seem like your average, everyday couple. Until you meet their kids—there are 17, plus one on the way! You’ll get to know them and their one-of-a-kind world in TLC’s new series, 17 Kids and Counting.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 26, 2008 |
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Making Marriage 'Fireproof'

It’s not every day I give a low-budget film “two thumbs up.” But today I do. By the end of the two-hour-long screening, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house, including mine...

Modern Parables: A New Approach to Kingdom Theology

Through Modern Parables, Thomas Purifoy uses film to bring modern contextualization to Jesus’ words. He hopes these “sometimes radical” accounts will cause people to investigate the implications of the stories for their lives.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 10, 2008 |
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Critically Speaking: Michael W. Smith & Ryan Smith

What do a famous Christian music singer/songwriter and a feature film company have in common? On the surface, not much. However, veteran artist Michael W. Smith is meddling in more than just music these days.

A Twisted Heart: Brideshead Revisited

On the surface, with its period settings and costumes, the new film Brideshead Revisited looks like a faithful adaptation of the classic novel by Evelyn Waugh. Underneath, it is anything but faithful.

'American Teen' Is Not a Pretty Picture

The big question now is whether the public will pay theater prices to see a film about what goes on at the local high school. In the meantime, the film is attracting controversy.

Four for the Fourth: Movies That Celebrate America!

Looking for movies that honor America and the spirit of its citizens? These four films trace a journey from the country’s foundation and the immigrant impulse to come to these shores, to their assimilation and the heights of their service as U.S. citizens.

Wall·E: Pixar's Most Thoughtful Film to Date

“What if mankind had to leave earth and somebody forgot to turn off the last robot?” With that question we are introduced to Wall·E, the last robot on earth and our protagonist in Pixar Animation Studios' first foray into science fiction.

Growing Up in Narnia: An Interview with Douglas Gresham

Len Howser of “The Family Friendly Morning Show” on 95.5 the Fish in Cleveland, Ohio interviewed Douglas Gresham, the stepson of C.S. Lewis, about the movie release of “Prince Caspian” and “growing up in Narnia.”

Breslin Brings Normalcy to Kit Kittredge: An American Girl

If you didn’t know that Abigail Breslin is starring in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, it wouldn’t be difficult to mistake her for that precocious neighbor kid who lives just down the street from you. She’s just that normal.

Caspian: Entertainment Worth Talking About

Chip Flaherty, Jr., Executive Vice President of Walden Media, was on “The Don Kroah Show” discussing “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.”

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