Category: Drama

Captain Fantastic

Imagine growing up in the pacific northwest with no internet, no cell phones and no television. The film Captain Fantastic takes you on a journey with Viggo Mortensen (Lord of the Rings trilogy) who is raising his six children...

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Sully

Sully tells the true story of airline pilot Chesley Sullenberger, who successfully managed to execute an emergency landing on the Hudson River in 2009. Starring Tom Hanks and directed by Clint Eastwood, it is a tale of quiet...

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Sully

“No good deed goes unpunished.” – Murphy As nauseatingly cliche as this familiar mantra from the annals of Murphy’s Law sounds, it is regrettably still true. Most of us have probably experienced the...

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Schindler’s List (1993)

SCHINDLERS LIST is Jewel. Evil and indifference we see all around us every day. And there are times when goodness is as rare as lamplight in a howling storm – Michael Wilmington 93’ The brutal realism of WWII, countless crimes...

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A League of Their Own (1992)

 Not many people know this, but there was a time that women played baseball. During WWII, it was heavily debated that the sport of baseball was almost shut down due to the male players being drafted into the war. Luckily, it was...

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Spotlight

Child abuse and molestation have always been considered especially heinous crimes. Pedophilia in our current society, is generally dubbed the unforgivable sin against humanity, and anyone (men primarily) who is even accused of...

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Frost/Nixon (2008)

 When discussing or talking about United States political history, everyone in the world probably knows who Richard M. Nixon was. He was the 37th U.S. President, and many people feel that, because of his actions toward the war...

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Crimson Peak

Directed by: Guillermo del Toro Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam Genre: Gothic romance, fantasy, drama, horror Released: 14th October 2015 A tale of secrets, love, and what these will...

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Bridge of Spies

Tensions during the infamous Cold War were always in the red in both the United States and the former Soviet Union. From the early “Baby Boom” 50’s to the early turbulent 60’s, apprehensions of atomic war...

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Woodlawn

As with War Room, it’s a bit difficult to be completely objective with a Christian faith based film when you are a believer. Especially when the film just happens to be a true story of faith and not fiction. Woodlawn is a...

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