In an era of too many sequels for the sake of sequels, where the best three minutes of the sequels are in the trailers, Captain America: Civil War lives up to its buildup. And then some. Besides being a good film, there are valuable elements in the story itself and in the development of the characters — both familiar and new — that mirror real-world post-9/11 events and reactions.
A new independent film, Revelation: Dawn of Global Government, premieres April 15 in Houston, Texas. Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels narrates this troubling documentary about America’s decades-long descent into statism, tyranny, and one-world government.
With as many films as have been made about the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ, attempting anything like a new take on “the greatest story ever told” is an ambitious undertaking. Kevin Reynolds, who wrote and directed Risen, attempted just that and — despite a few hiccups — did an admirable job of it.
What is an Article V convention? Should we or should we not have one? If enough states successfully petitioned Congress to call a convention what would happen? These questions and more are addressed in a new, short, crash course animated video produced by The John Birch Society.
The riveting 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, directed by big budget action film director Michael Bay and based on the nonfiction book 13 Hours by Mitchell Zuckoff, is a soldier’s-eye view of the notorious terrorist assaults on two American compounds in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11, 2012.