Picking up right where the The Incredibles left off, the super-powered Parr family struggle to fulfill their duty as superheroes in a world where superheroism remains illegal. Given a chance to work as an advocate for a superhero legalization movement, the mother Helen Parr decides to don the mask and tights of Elastigirl once more in order to create a better world for her friends and family.
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Don’t read the book yet or research this true story so that you can enjoy the dramatic journey for yourself. Shailene Woodley digs deep to give a gripping and believable performance. She plays Tami, who is a strong, capable woman who is able to overcome extreme challenges.
Emma Smith has long been a controversial figure in Latter-day Saint circles, both revered for her role in the Restoration and as the Prophet's wife, yet treated with disdain for her choice to not join the Saints on their trek West. Now, ten years after the excellent biopic Emma Smith: My Story, audiences are treated to a new film with a new director and a new star aiming to shed sympathetic light on this towering powerhouse.
'Breaking In', about a mother protecting her children from home invaders, may interest you, but why is it PG-13? Read our review to know before you go!
To the public, this may look like any other historical movie about LDS figures. Yet, to the descendants of Joseph and Emma Smith, 'In Emma's Footsteps' is a step toward the reconciliation of many years of misunderstandings about the LDS Church and any prejudices there may be towards the descendants.
It has been many years since the original Gary Marshall movie Overboard hit the big screen, starring Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn, but it’s generally remembered as a charming rom-com. The good news is that there is some charm to this remake, but the bad news is that it's not a great movie.
Peter Johnson, the maker of such LDS film favorites as “Mr. Kreuger’s Christmas” and “How Rare A Possession” talks about his current exciting film project: a docu-drama that presents gripping historical and present-day perspectives of the Priesthood for all races and nations. The movie features the true-life conversion story of Ed and Wanda Willis who started their life together in the early 60’s as active Black Panthers.