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Heads up: it earns the TV-14 rating with a fair amount of blood and violence, true to the context of the stories..
It tells the same story, but from Emma’s perspective. Inspiring and moving, as well as informative as it tactfully addresses the subjects of plural marriage and Emma’s life after Joseph’s death.– Beautiful Christian film about a firefighter who turns his life over to Christ and humbly sets out to save his marriage.
Also, as some of these have no MPAA rating they are classified as “not rated” and can only be watched if your Netflix parental controls are off, even though the films are wholesome – The History Channel’s ambitiously cinematic miniseries covers the highlights from Genesis to Revelation.
Terrific production values, solid acting, and sincere storytelling make this perfect for Sundays.
The animation is phenomenal and the music may bring you to tears.
I really love this film.– Director Ryan Little’s excellent World War II film finds a Mormon sharpshooter crossing wits with an atheist medic as their band of soldiers tries to survive behind enemy lines.
For all his personal faults, Mel Gibson was sincere in his love for Jesus in making this film. The movie is terribly graphic and bloody (I had to close my eyes during the scourging) and some of the dramatic liberties don’t work, but it’s amazingly acted (Jim Caviezel is the best movie Christ I’ve ever seen), stunningly-crafted, achingly moving, and spiritually uplifting.
Curt Doussett stars as a grieving widower who reluctantly starts dating again just as his 20-something daughter gets engaged to Kirby Heybourne. Co-starring my definitive film version of the life of Christ, covering His life with detail that no other film has matched.As can be expected for a church with such a reputation, Mormons have been featured as early as the silent films.