"When people have the freedom to choose, they choose wrong." At least, that's what the Elders believe in the world of Jonas — in the latest futuristic movie thriller, The Giver.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is full of tongue-in-cheek humor, great jeopardy, perilous action, and terrific character insights.
Forewarned is forearmed: D'Souza's book and film entitled America: Imagine the World Without Her have golden nuggets, but the valuables must be separated from deceptive bits of fools' gold.
The liberal-left faithful want everyone to repeat their mantra: The radical Right is buying American elections, and they are all Jew-hating, Nazi-wannabes. But this mantra is as untrue as the evidence in Citizen Koch is lacking.
Heaven is for Real is a heartwarming story about an incredible happening. The film adaptation of Todd Burpo’s best-selling book of the same title describes his son’s story about encountering the afterlife at the age of four as well as the profound effect this story has had on others. With a talented cast and amazing story driving it forward, the movie is sure to move audiences and have them running to their local bookstore to buy the book, both the adult and children’s versions.
The latest Marvel Comic-turned-movie, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, has not only entertained huge audiences, it has won the opprobrium of neoconservative hawks globally for its biting critique of the surveillance/drone state.
Paramount’s film Noah is based on the Biblical story of Noah and the Ark. The film admittedly takes “creative license,” but according to the disclaimer from its trailers, it remains “true to the essence, values, and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide.”
In the dystopian world of Divergent, everyone must choose one of five paths on their 16th birthday, and those who are deemed "Divergent" from the established system are in grave danger.