Godmothered is a light, sweet and wry movie, the latest to gently reexamine Disney’s legend-spinning archetypes.
Problems aside, this choreographed flick focuses on the power of grace and forgiveness.
Characters look alike, they switch places, trouble ensues, things work out in the end. As predictable as Hallmark itself.
Come Away isn’t always as “magical” as one might expect or hope at first glance.
Emily and the Magical Journey is a fantastical children’s flick about the bravery and power of a young girl.
Maggie Quinn and Jack Russo have been friends for as long as they can remember. Their fathers went into business …
This movie’s magical logic is not just anti-Christian. It’s not just un-scientific. It’s positively insulting.
Fatima is a well-crafted, very Catholic and (in its own reverent way) quite provocative piece of filmmaking.
This heartwarming, Hallmark-esque tale of love and faithfulness, loss and forgiveness is one most families can enjoy.
Over the Moon isn’t a film to rocket to without consideration. Still, in this reviewer’s eye, this Moon looks more …