Battles and destruction can feel very heavy for a flick aimed at an elementary school-aged audience.
This inspiring true story shows us all what it’s like to be a part of something bigger than yourself.
Pixar still knows how to craft a great, resonant story. It might just nurse out a tear or two from …
Obviously, a bit of magic is on tap. But the real magic of this movie lies in its lessons.
This story lauds courage, friendship and family—without throwing a massive amount of unfortunate content at us.
Counter Column shines as an illustration of God at work—healing the hurting, redeeming the rejects, making something beautiful.
Finding You illustrates that sex and romance aren’t synonymous; that kindness matters.
The Water Man is a deftly handled pic that trumpets love and understanding, even in the face of onrushing grief.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines is fun, sweet and smart. It strays just a bit—but for some, that’ll be enough …
Walking With Herb (screened by Fathom Events at theaters nationwide April 30, May 1 and May 3) left me scratching …