"...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things" - Phil 4:8

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Articles, Commentaries, Interviews, and Other Musings from Preview Editor Phil Boatwright
This is not a review. I simply wanted you to know why I refused to see this film. Although I’m a fan of many films from the horror genre, I do have my limits as to what I will support.
Ava & Lala on DVD
I’m mixed. I did find this kid-toon creative, and I think the age range it’s aimed at will be pleased with its adventure and the engrossing imagery. That said, I found it a bit too violent.
More Faith-Based Films To Hit Theaters
Faith-based films are becoming more abundant. What’s more, they are becoming more and more like real movies, not just cinematic sermonettes. And better still, many Hollywood actors looking for roles of substance are embracing film characters that depict the spiritual nature of mankind. Includes an interview with Alan Powell, star of The Song.
Vividly presented in IMAX, the 43-minute tour of the city on the hill is a gorgeously filmed travelogue, the filmmakers successfully capturing its religious and historic relevance.
Unanswered Prayers
Interviews with The Perfect Wave stars Rachel Hendrix (October Baby) and Cheryl Ladd (Charlie’s Angels), both devout Believers...
Are You Cheating Yourself?
The best special effects are not found in computer-generated imagery, but in the story, characters and performances. The most endearing films can, like biblical parables, nourish the spirit rather than just throttle the nervous system.

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