In its attempt to stay as authentic as possible, this faith-based movie employs some profanity that might make it strike …
You don’t have to be a basketball fan at all to appreciate the strong redemptive themes in the Japanese anime …
When a film contains f-bombs in the triple digits, that pretty much drowns out any other positive messages.
George Foreman fought everyone—even God. But God always wins, and He uses the fight for His glory.
You could call this a romance of sorts—how Michael Jordan and Nike got together. But the language doesn’t have us …
Sweetwater scores more often than it fouls in its biographical look at the first Black NBA player.
Rocky Balboa doesn’t show up, but his well-worn Rocky formula is still intricately woven through Creed III’s narrative fabric.
Champions has some nice messages, but they’re buried under a full-court press of crass sexual allusions.
With strong, inspiring messages and very few content concerns, Chang Can Dunk is a slam dunk for the whole family.
Soccer stars (and Weird Al) voice themselves in this wacky sci-fi sports flick.