White stars as Reggie Knox, a pro football player who retires, frustrated because he hasn't won a championship. Knox begins coaching a Portland, Ore., high school football program, where he...
See full summary »
Percy has found himself caught up in the riches of the world and is neglecting his most prized possession. In a tragic event, Percy faces humble circumstances after losing his family, job, ... See full summary »
It's the year 2030, and the government has outlawed Christianity. Enter Zach Thompson, a brave man who teams up with a friend to hack into the government's computer system to reclaim religious freedom for Americans.
What starts off as a day of yard work and random to-dos for the neighbors turns into a series of misunderstandings. Inspired by actual events, Fenced Off explores the reality that loving your neighbor can be complicated.
White stars as Reggie Knox, a pro football player who retires, frustrated because he hasn't won a championship. Knox begins coaching a Portland, Ore., high school football program, where he befriends a troubled student. Written by
With catchy lines like, ''What, you've never been constipated?'' and visuals of Reggie carrying a lamb for no reason, Field of Dreams has nothing on this movie. This should be a staple at any local video store, not just at Christian bookstores. Warning: The movie does have a shocking opening, which left us wondering if the DVD contained some kind of preview. It wasn't. Instead, it was decisively the best start to a movie in any genre. This film could have been about 30 minutes shorter, but, hey, the English Patient could have been two hours shorter and it still won a ton of awards. This film's lack of recognition really is surprising. My only regret is that it took me 10 years for find this title.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?