Upon the unexpected death of his father, Daniel Rimsdale leaves medical school and returns home to the Chippewa Valley to try to salvage the floundering family lumber business and save his ... See full summary »
Teenager Darren Shan meets a mysterious man at a freak show who turns out to be a vampire. After a series of events, Darren must leave his normal life and go on the road with the Cirque du Freak and become a vampire.
John C. Reilly,
When newcomer Grácia Davis arrives in debate class, "undercover Christians" Chase and OB are challenged to take a stand for what they believe in. Grácia embodies warmth and confidence, making both friends and enemies. Her faith outlook on the world soon turns out to be less welcome in class than other ideas. As she confronts an institutional double-standard on freedom of speech, school faculty clash over a Christian teacher who has misstepped. All the while, Grácia reaches out to a fellow student caught in a destructive relationship. With growing affection for the friend he was once afraid even to call on the phone, Chase ultimately follows her courageous example and takes a tremendous personal risk to discover his own voice.
I have to say the movie gives out a great message to the youth. It talks about serious topics like the embarrassment of many youth to say they are Christian or catholic and that they believe in Jesus. They feel they might be judged and might not fit in. This movie says to stand up for Jesus and praise him because he loves us no matter what. Our past our mistakes anything god will still love us and that we should be proud to be sons of god. Finally I want to say this movie requires more attention. It was sad that me and my girlfriend were the only ones in the whole theater. I really hope movies like this that talk about Jesus and positivity get more light shed on them.
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