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:
by Chad Durham Jennifer Garner can cry. After watching almost every episode of “Alias” (Sunday evenings 8PM CST, ABC.) during its first three seasons I can safely say this: Paul Simon might know “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover,” but Jennifer knows 50 ways to cry.
Steve Carell and Morgan Freeman star in Evan Almighty, a modern day Noah’s Ark. You might remember Evan from the first of this series, Bruce Almighty. Evan was the reporter who lost his job when Jim Carrey’s character (Bruce) misused the powers “God” (Morgan Freeman) had allowed him to use for a day to see if it was as easy to be God as Bruce thought. This time God gives Evan (Steve Carell) an assignment–build an ark.