Turbo goes the extra mile by offering positive life lessons about passions and dreams, friendship, family and responsibility.
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Despicable Me 2 is touted as having more minions and being more despicable. The family-friendly animated film is very funny, but it could have used less potty humor.
Mike and Sulley return to the big screen, this time to go to school, in the new animated family comedy from Pixar and Disney, Monsters University. Read Movieguide's review about the film, out now.
The beloved comic book superhero Superman returns in Man of Steel, the highly anticipated rebooted version of the icon. Though it has positive and spiritual elements, caution is advised. Read our review to find out more.
There’s a famous line from a Robert Burns’ poem that goes, “The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” That’s perhaps because men try to order their own steps instead of listening to what God has for them—and that’s exactly the revelation a group of friends receive in the Pure Flix film This Is Our Time.
The animated movie is family friendly, for the most part, but creepy gargoyle villains and bats could be very scary for small children. Read our review.
Aptly named for its heavy content, Star Trek Into Darkness will entice Trekkies with its familiar feel, but caution is advised for a younger audience. Read our review of the recently released film.
Iron Man 3 releases nationwide to critical acclaim. Charisma recently reviewed the film and encourages parents to exercise extreme caution in letting youngsters watch this very intense blockbuster superhero flick. Read our review.
The much anticipated baseball movie Home Run releases in theaters on Friday, April 19. Read our review.
Baseball movies are a special breed. Either a film has it, or it doesn't. 42 releases in theaters today and Charisma's reviewer says the movie has "it". Read the review.
It's being hailed by some movie critics as an animated Avatar, but the best compliment for The Croods is it's arguably DreamWorks Animations most family-friendly movie. Read our review.
This prequel-like tale may have lessons about friendship, selflessness and goodness, but is it suitable for children, and does it live up to its predecessor, The Wizard of Oz? Read to find out.
This Friday Jack the Giant Slayer hits the silver screen. Read our review of this revisionist screen fairy-tale that is following in the footsteps of flicks such as Hansel and Gretel and Once Upon a Time.
The action-adventure genre doesn’t normally fall under the category of family-friendly entertainment—and it certainly isn’t often associated with biblical morals. But MeThinx Enterainment’s The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone, scheduled for release this month, is both.
The movie, based on a series of novels by Bill Muir, features life lessons for children that parents can rally behind: teamwork, the triumph of good over evil and the importance of each person to God. The film also contains minimal violence.
Alex Kendrick, associate pastor of Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Ga., and co-creator of the Christian films Facing the Giants, Fireproof and Courageous, plays Daniel, who stops to make a donation at a foster home where he grew up and is convinced to forego a playoff baseball game to tell the resident children a story.
Off the cuff, Daniel intrigues the children with the tale of Billy and Allie (played by Billy Unger and Sammi Hanratty), a pair of teens who recover a long-lost medallion that takes them back in time. In their travels, the two hook up with an arrogant young king and his friend, as well as a wise old man, and are caught up in an effort to save the king’s island people from an evil warlord.
Kendrick urges parents to take their children to see the film—if not for the entertainment, then for the biblical message it conveys.
“Our kids’ hearts are under attack from the deception of ‘destructive lies’ found in media and our culture and the words of ‘mean kids,’” Kendrick says. “This is a film that every family should see ... twice.”
Pro-family advocates welcome Democrats admiring Lincoln. Now, they are appealing to the political party to show the same concern for millions yet unborn that Lincoln showed for millions then in chains.
Meant to Be, the newest Pure Flix Entertainment release, is a film that could sear the heart of even the most staunch abortion advocate.
Parental Guidance, which releases Christmas day, is a surprisingly funny, family-friendly flick starring Billy Crystal and Bette Midler.
Set during 19th-century France, Les Misérables is a story of broken dreams, unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and, ultimately, redemption.
Today Peter Jackson's new film, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits the big screen. But it's not necessarily a family-friendly movie and Christian elements are not clearly evident. Read our review.