The year is 1755, and the English colonies are being ravaged by the atrocities of war. Opposing European powers have clashed over the fertile Ohio valley, and entire families are devastated... See full summary »
Medeas is a daring and lyrical exploration of alienation and desperation through the intimate observation of a family's inner lives and their relationship to each other and their ... See full summary »
Catalina Sandino Moreno,
Brían F. O'Byrne,
Tony Morris is a local newspaper reporter with dreams of reaching the big leagues at USA Today. A snag in his plans arises when he prints a story about infidelity in the mayor's office. As ... See full summary »
Timothy Paul Taylor,
Donald James Parker
Caleb and Rachel team up to lead the Patrick Henry College team in the intense world of collegiate moot court competition. Caleb looks to date Rachel, but she's waiting for courtship. ... See full summary »
George D. Escobar
The year is 1755, and the English colonies are being ravaged by the atrocities of war. Opposing European powers have clashed over the fertile Ohio valley, and entire families are devastated by the ensuing violence. Hostile native tribes are raiding the vulnerable frontier farms, and two young sisters are among those taken captive. While hoping for rescue and return to their home, they are comforted with the words of a family hymn: Alone Yet Not Alone. But when the sisters are suddenly and cruelly separated, their tender faith is brought to a stretching point. Forcibly immersed into a primitive foreign culture, the older sister, Barbara, clings to her beliefs. Yet now a deeper fate threatens, and she makes a difficult decision: to risk her life in an attempt to escape. Pursued by a relentless and cunning warrior, Barbara and her three fellow captives must cross over two hundred miles of raw wilderness in their effort to reach friendly territory. Will their courage and trust in God be ... Written by
This is, perhaps, the finest cinematic achievement in modern history. The acting is on par with legendary performances like Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh in "Gone with the Wind." The cinematography is simply breathtaking. Ansel Adams could not have produced more visually arresting imagery. Bruce Broughton's exhilarating score is his finest work since his days as a studio composer for the original "Hawaii Five-O." The historical accuracy and gripping drama will leave you breathless for more and more sequels. I simply cannot recommend this movie enough, or at all. It deserves to play in every American movie house around the clock for the next five years.
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