Far from a buddy road-trip flick, this powerful film won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2018. It’s so much better than a lot of the garbage that hit the big screen this year. It’s a lovely movie that more people should be talking about, yet has somehow slipped under the radar for most moviegoers. It’s still in theaters and you shouldn't miss it.
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A surprisingly entertaining and touching story about change and forgiveness, this iteration of Dr. Seuss’s famous Christmas story gives us a new take on a very familiar story in a way that is both fun and fresh.
One film is a gritty retelling of the legendary thief whose stories has survived for centuries, the other is a biopic on a rock icon who has also frequently been called a legend. CTR Movies reviews both films and helps you decide whether seeing either one is right for your family.
‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’: An Enchanted Journey with the Importance of Family at its Heart
Thankfully, you don't need a lifelong nostalgia for the source material to appreciate the warmth and holiday spectacle that is this creative and adventurous film. Though I didn't see it in the intended 3D, I felt immediately whisked away to the flickering, lamplit London of another era and even more transported by the lavish and colorful world of the Four Realms.
"The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire of Faith"—Sequel to the 2001 Faith-Based Favorite Starring Anne Hathaway and Christopher Gorham Continues the True-Life, Inspirational Missionary Adventures of John Groberg and His Family in 1960’s Tonga.
Based on the true story of Jane Manning, this touching movie illustrates the sweet friendship between her and Emma Smith, wife of the prophet Joseph Smith. It’s a story you have probably never heard before, but one that will warm your heart, strengthen your faith, and add greater depth to your knowledge of Church history.
New film, 'Jane and Emma' explores the complex dynamic of two imperfect, but faithful sisters in the early Church; Jane Manning and Emma Smith. They were faithful to the Lord and faithful to each other and their previously untold story adds a new depth to our picture of the life of the faithful in Nauvoo.