|One girl learns how real Hell is.
See the Long journey she took from Halloween to Christmas. On a cool
October night each of the 3 girls will make a choice that will ensnare them
all in horrifying consequences.
scene speaks the heart of God toward a misguided generation.
This is an intense discussion starter drama about 3 girls who attend a party which turns out to be a nightmare! For a secular audience and a lukewarm group, this movie will grab people's attention and be a wake up call to any viewer.
Eternity is coming. You go to heaven or hell. And Jesus Christ is the only answer to make sense of life.
BibleProbe.com: Most Recommended for Christians & Jews.
If there was ever a "Christian" horror movie, this is it! Full Screen. 53 minutes.
See at ChristianCinema.com here
|Miracle at Moreaux||Loretta Swit (Hot Lips on TVs M*A*S*H)||
In the cold of December
1943, three Jewish children flee Nazi-occupied France and find refuge in a
Catholic school run by Sister Gabrielle. At first, the nun’s young students
are afraid to shelter the refugees from Nazi soldiers who are determined to
capture them. But the students come to sympathize with the trio’s plight and
finally even risk their own lives to protect them. Together, they devise a
bold escape plan – but will it carry them to freedom or cost them their
58 minutes. 1986. Full
|Miracle of Marcellino (Pane Y Vino)||
Left on the doorstep as an infant, Marcellino was raised by the Monks in the 1600's in a Hispanic country. He was well cared for, but lonely and missed having a mother. One day he found a special friend in the forbidden attic...hanging on the cross. A friend that would repay Marcellino's kindness by granting him one heart-felt wish.
Color, 1992, English, 92 minutes, Not rated (all audiences) See here
There is also an excellent B&W 1955 version, "Miracle of Marcelino) with one "l" in Marcelino, 90 minutes, Not rated (all audiences). See here
Highly Recommended for Christians & Jews. Es
una película sencilla, pero cargada de sentimiento, un clásico, .... la
||Using the real-life 1964 disappearance of three civil rights
workers as its inspiration, tells the story of two FBI men (Hackman and
Dafoe, entertainingly called "Hoover Boys" by the locals) who come in to
try to solve the crime. Hackman is a former small-town Mississippi sheriff
himself, while Dafoe is a by-the-numbers young hotshot. Yes, there is some
tension between the two. The movie has an interesting fatalism, as all the
FBI's best efforts incite more and more violence, which becomes
disturbing--the film's message, perhaps inadvertently, seems to be that
vigilantism is the only real way to get things done. Widescreen. 1988.
(4-4.5 stars) BibleProbe.com:
Recommended for Christians & Jews.
|This biography of Father Damien, the
Catholic priest who in 1873 volunteered for service on the eponymous
Hawaiian leper colony, doesn't hesitate to idolize its subject, and why
should it? For 15 years Damien ministered almost single-handedly to the
quarantined community, supplying what medication he could procure while
struggling against the red tape from organizations (religious and
governmental) that would rather have forgotten all about the hundreds of
people slowly dying in primitive conditions. He won some battles and lost
others, finally succumbing to the disease himself in 1888.
BibleProbe.com: Recommended for Christians & Jews.
(4.5 stars) (1999) PG Letterbox 113 minutes
Note: This is Rare now - very expensive $85 or so
|More than Dreams||
DREAMS - The amazing phenomenon of Jesus' appearing to Muslims in
dreams. It consists of 5 true stories, all in their own languages, with
excellent English sub-titles. This is an unbelievable evangelistic tool,
because it is in 5-different languages, shot in location where it happened.|
You will see what Jesus is doing. He is seeking out
worthy Muslims from all over the world Himself.
It is an excellent quality video.
|A high schooler get saved at a camp and now must face his
atheistic family and unsaved friend. When Tim becomes a
Christian at a summer youth camp, he must now face the struggle of dealing
with his atheistic parents, old friends and a luke warm youth group.
An excellent film about faith, compassion and true commitment as Tim
continues to love his parents despite their opposition and never gives up
reaching out to his best friend Marty who desperately needs Christ. (1984)
Full Screen. 62 minutes BibleProbe.com:
Recommended for Christians & Jews.|
|A Walt Disney Musical Classic. In 1899, the pint-sized
newsboys delivering the New York papers go on strike against the unfair
practices of news magnates Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst.
Christian Bale (the child star of Spielberg's Empire of the Sun) is
charismatic as one of the older leaders of the revolt. The adult stars
don't fare as well, with Robert Duvall doddering around as Pulitzer and
Ann-Margret and Bill Pullman doing decorative duty.
BibleProbe.com: Recommended for
Christians & Jews. Excellent Musical. Excellent
entertainment. Jewish/Christian principles of "fair play" triumphs over
evil. (1992) Widescreen. 121 min. PG (although
don't know why).
|Sexual harassment at its
worse. When Josey Aimes (Academy Award winner CHARLIZE THERON) returns
to her hometown in Northern Minnesota after a failed marriage she needs a
good job. A single mother with two children to support she turns to the
predominant source of employment in the region - the iron mines. The mines
provide a livelihood that has sustained a community for generations. The
work is hard but the pay is good and friendships that form on the job extend
into everyday life bonding families and neighborhoods with a common thread.
But the men never stop harassing the few women who work the mines there.|
2006, 126 Min, Full screen
|Not Without My Daughter||
Starring Sally Fields. About a American woman married to a Muslem man. Sally Field plays Betty Mahmoody, an American who marries an Iranian (Alfred Molina) and has a child. They go back to Iran for a visit and, to her horror, he tells her he's decided to stay there. If she wants to leave, she must leave her daughter behind. If she stays, Betty must live in a culture vastly different and, she believes, very dangerous. Part thriller, part culture clash.
It is the true-life story of American Betty
Mahmoody who married an Iranian man who had moved the US. Together they had
a daughter, Mahtob. The three pay a visit to the husband's native Iran, only
to learn that it is not in fact a visit but that they are there to stay, and
under Iranian law Betty automatically became an Iranian citizen once she
married an Iranian man, and as a woman she does not have many of the rights
she is accustomed to in the USA. Betty is trapped in a world she does not
understand, and she wants to return to her home. She is told that she may
return to the US, but must leave the daughter in Iran. DVD (1991).
PG-13 107 minutes.
|Once Upon a Time...When We Were Colored
Al Freeman, Jr
|Tim Reid's wonderful film about life in
the black neighborhood of Glen Allan, Mississippi, from the mid-'40s to
the dawn of the civil rights movement, is thick with terrific, inspired
actors and possessed of a mature, limpid visual style. The story is told
from the point of view of a young boy raised by his stalwart grandfather
and his kind aunt. But the collective tale of a community coming to terms
with the risks it must take to fight racism and achieve political rights
is equally important and compelling. Beautifully written , Reid's vision
is rich in scenes of ritual and community that have rarely, if ever, been
revealed on film. This is more than just a good movie; it's a watershed
event in this nation's cultural history. 1996. Widescreen (4.5
stars), 113 min.
BibleProbe.com: Recommended for Christians & Jews.
|Omega Code 2||
R. Lee Ermey
Because he is Satan in his human form, he seeks to use his earthly power to control the world. Through doing good he is able to accomplish some evil. He soon becomes the leader of the European Union, while his brother becomes the president of the United States.
It all ends in Armageddon of course
This is probably the best movie dealing with the coming Beast and Armageddon. Great special effects. Great acting.
Color, PG-13 (violence), 2001, 106 min
See at Amazon
here. BibleProbe.com: Recommended for
Christians & Jews.
This is not about Osama bin Ladin. But it is about the sort of society bin Ladin and Islam want to impose on the entire world. It takes a look at what it is like to be alive in Afghanistan when the Taliban were in power. The problem is, the Taliban were no aberration. The Taliban and their atrocities is what Islam (true Islam) desires to oppose on the entire world. It happens everywhere these murderous Imams and Mullahs take over.
The Islamic fundamentalists known as the "Taliban" unleashed a regime of terror. Its first victims were its own people, particularly women. It closed down girls' schools, dismissed women from government jobs, and enforced sharia laws under which women deemed to be "immoral" are stoned to death, and widows guilty of being adulterous are buried alive.
A 12-year-old Afghan girl and her mother lose their jobs when the Taliban closes the hospital where they work. The Taliban have also forbidden women to leave their houses without a male "legal companion." With her husband and brother dead, killed in battle, there is no one left to support the family. Without being able to leave the house, the mother is left with nowhere to turn. Feeling that she has no other choice, she disguises her daughter as a boy. Now called 'Osama,' the girl embarks on a terrifying and confusing journey as she tries to keep the Taliban from finding out her true identity.
Inspired by a true story, Osama is the first entirely Afghan film shot since the fall of the Taliban.
Golden Globe Winner. 2004 Best Foreign Language Film.
2003, widescreen. 1 hr 23 min, Afghani language with English subtitles
See at Amazon here. BibleProbe.com: Recommended for Christians & Jews.
|G||General Audiences||Films contain nothing that would offend parents for viewing by children.|
|PG||Parental Guidance Suggested||Some material may not be suitable for children.|
|PG-13||Parents Strongly Cautioned||Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.|
|R||Restricted||Under 17 requires an accompanying parent or guardian.|
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