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Director Ken Marino’s new movie “Dog Days” strings together 12 characters and four dogs in a hilarious comedy with a powerful message. “Dog Days” is an emotional film meant to not just make you laugh, but to also shed a […]

Faith, country music, military appreciation, and even stock car racing … this film has it all. ‘God Bless the Broken Road’ tells the inspirational story of a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and struggles to raise their […]

How many people grew up reading and hearing about the adventures of a yellow bear in a red shirt, a tiny pint piglet and a tiger with a tail like a spring? The answer would have to number in the […]

As anyone who has ever own a dog knows, the world automatically looks a little brighter when there is a wagging tail in it. Dogs seem to suck the negativity right out of a room and replace it with bright […]

Every summer, moviegoers flock to theaters to either watch the world end or to witness the struggles of those who were left behind in the aftermath of Armageddon. From localized disasters like those found in “San Andreas” to the complete […]

The idea of a feature-length movie based on a song sounds ridiculous, but “I Can Only Imagine,” the faith based film based on the hit song of the same name, succeeded beyond anyone’s expectations. The film grossed over $83 million […]

The new movie “Smallfoot” turns the Bigfoot legend upside down when a bright young yeti finds something he never thought existed—a human. News of this “smallfoot” throws the simple yeti community into an uproar over what else might be out […]

It is exceedingly rare for the Pope to get involved with commercial project and films, but “Beyond the Sun” is an exception to the rule. In this children’s adventure story of courage and faith, Pope Francis will appear on the […]

As the new Star Wars movie Solo makes its debut, the American Bible Society decided to survey people to find out if they could tell the difference between a quote from Jesus and a quote from Han Solo and the […]

Paul Schrader is no stranger to battling movie financiers over the final cuts of his films. He has lost that battle before, including when it surrounded the 2014 film “Dying of the Light.” The difference between the final cut of […]