Below you will find Christian movie reviews. Sometimes the writers will inform you if a movie is Christian friendly or not. Other times they will give their opinions on the entertainment value of the movie, the quality of the acting or whether the story is a good one or not. You’ll usually also find out if the movie is something you’d want your children to see, if it’s something that might be specifically enjoyed by a couple, or if the writer believes that no one should see the film.
Obviously, you’ve got to make up your own mind concerning the movies you and your family see. You may also visit the movie reviews section on our Christian forums.
The list of Christian movie reviews is in no particular order:
BEN-HUR is a powerful, epic story of faith and forgiveness.
The Noah movie is exactly as it purports, “a film inspired by the story of Noah.” They say they took “artistic license.” Did they ever. For those familiar with the Genesis account, the movie has several, “You’ve got to be kidding,” moments. But…
“Persecuted,” a new film that will be released on May 9, is a thriller with a political message about religious persecution and the abuse of government power.
“X” marks the spot – and “X3” was supposed to mark the spot where a popular superhero movie franchise died. It turns out rumors of its death were greatly exaggerated.
You know you’ve arrived as a film critic when you land your first invite to a premiere. Living in West Texas, I seldom even get a chance to sneak films before they’re released to the general public, let alone screen a film with the entire cast and crew.
Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice and it’s shame on you. Or is it the other way around? Okay. Take what I wrote, reverse it, and somewhere in between you will find M. Night Shyamalan’s plight.
Interestingly enough, a ring does have a hole in it; a big, huge, enormous hole that we really don’t pay much attention to because the outer edge shimmers so brightly.
Undeniably uncomfortable, but you need to see The Passion.
What are the secret ingredients to Pixar’s critical and box office success? For the sixth straight time Pixar Studios has cranked-out a huge hit and Disney executives better be taking notes. Disney hasn’t produced a decent animated story in a decade.
The Good Shepherd was directed by Robert De Niro (his second directorial effort after A Bronx Tale) and stars Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie, and De Niro himself, in addition to an extensive supporting cast.
“They should have left him alone,” but aren’t we so glad they didn’t? Matt Damon returns as Jason Bourne (or so he thinks) in “The Bourne Supremacy.”
Spider-man 3 is the third installment in the Spider-man Trilogy. It is written and directed by Sam Raimi and has Toby Maguire, Kirsten Dunst and James Franco reprising their roles.
Tobey Maguire returns as Peter Parker, a young adult struggling to find balance between his secret life of fighting evil and his somewhat traumatic personal life.
Correction! This is not the digital age. This is the dawning of the Age of the Geek, a time when computer dweebs will rise up to exact much-needed revenge over the artistic, the talented, the technically trained, and the good-looking.
“Shrek 2” starts amazingly slow with a plot so contrived it appears destined for purgatory-that ethereal realm of mediocrity where all sequels seem to go.