I love sharing recent releases from Bridgestone Multimedia Group with you, as my family is never disappointed with the faith-based films, and I know those who like to view these types of films with their family, enjoy learning about them. Recently, I was sent the following two movies to review, and had a chance to watch them this weekend with my husband. While they were too old to view with my girls, I can say that families with children 12 yrs. old and older, will find these great family night movies to share together, as they open up lines of communication for everyone to talk opening about their faith, and what the movies were about.
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"Bereft of resources and savings, Darius and Josephine Blackmon fall hard from their middle-class lifestyle and resort to living in their car. The couple has two young children to care for, but they have no family or friends to help them out of their hardship. Meanwhile, Darius' once unshakeable faith begins to fall apart as the pressures of trying to find work and keep his family together start to mount.
While Darius and his family try to maintain appearances during the day and stay out of sight at night, a prominent teacher named Kevin Allen is working to keep kids in school with government vouchers, filling in where the pay checks stop. Little does Darius know that his path will soon cross Kevin's and make an unimaginable difference in the Blackmons' lives."
Out of the two movies sent to review, I have to say that this one was my favorite. I ended up watching it once with my husband, and then again when we visited my parents this weekend. With the way that the economy is right now and how so many people are struggling to keep a roof over their heads and food on the table, this movie will not only make you think about what you are grateful for in life, but also that so many others need your prayers, as they deal with hardships and personal struggles, including the homeless.
This movie really left a mark on my heart, and I hope that when you get a chance to watch it, it will move you, too, and make you want to help those in need.
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"The end has come in this chilling look at the apocalyptic era foretold in the book of Revelation in the Holy Bible. A New World Order has taken power, and the Supreme Chancellor has mandated that all people must pledge their allegiance to the ideals of his master, Lord Aldo De Luca. In addition, everyone is required to register in a global census and receive a mark that distinguishes each person as a legal citizen of the order. Those who fail to comply will be terminated.
Now Demi Holloway and Christen Brooks must make a choice that will affect their eternal destiny. Will the two young women take the mark of the New World Order and live under the antichrist, or will they die for the testimony of Jesus Christ in this suspense thriller?"
While this film may be better watched with teens, rather than the younger audience, I do have to say that this was one movie that my husband talked about in great length. We had never seen a movie like this about the New World Order, but thought it was done well. I had to turn away during a few scenes as they were filled with blood and violence. But, I can also see why they were included, as a way to depict the New World Order and Anti-Christ.
Disclosure: I was sent screener copies from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. The views shared are mine and mine alone.