Sons of Thunder : Redemption is a sequel to the original Sons of Thunder series. Both are available on Pure Flix. Similar in the connection to the biker group Devil’s Hand, redemption is different in that it is an ongoing storyline. Both series follow the path of a biker group member turning to Jesus and trying to make a better way.
I was asked to review episode 4 Date Night. The main character Jacob asks Sandy, a past love, to dinner in hopes of gaining her forgiveness. They are both working on a horse ranch that is behind in payments and on the verge of being sold.
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I saw an early release of Redeeming Love, here are my thoughts.
I am probably one in the minority that has never heard of the book Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. So I didn’t know what to expect going into the viewing of the newly released movie by Universal Pictures. I imagine the lovers of the book will head in droves to see this release.
Knowing very little going into the viewing, but that it was a Christian-based movie, I was uncomfortable with the themes of prostitution, sex trafficking, and child abuse. I didn’t connect it to the story of Hosea in the bible until afterward. These hard themes are handled well in the movie sharing enough for you to understand the situation without making it too uncomfortable to view.
Did I enjoy the movie? – a hesitant yes. I struggled with Angel continuing to turn back to her abusive lifestyle. I don’t relate or understand the emotional reasons for doing it so it frustrated me. On the other hand, all the scenes with Michael portrayed him as content and confident in himself. You could see it in his demeanor and actions to the point of almost being unrealistic. Even with the differences between these two characters, I found myself liking them both.
Now having seen the movie, I am interested in reading the book. I can’t speak to how similar the two versions are to each other. I would be interested in knowing what others think who have read the book prior to seeing the movie.
This next film in the God’s Not Dead franchise is an inspiring, must-see movie for everyone.
God’s Not Dead / We The People is another powerful movie from the franchise of the same name. In watching about the fight to be able to homeschool children versus being required to attend public school, I didn’t realize until the end of the movie that I was actually watching a fight for choice and freedom. It made me realize the importance of understanding the full impact of our laws and freedoms. I have a stronger dedication to our country and I want to share that with my own children and show them the monuments that stand for those historical choices. My hope is that others aren’t swayed by the religious title of the movie but are impacted by the full message of the film.
Synopsis: The God’s Not Dead franchise continues in God’s Not Dead: We the People as Reverend Dave (White) is called to defend a group of Christian homeschooling families. He finds himself taken aback by the interference of the government, and believing that their right to educate their own children is a freedom worth fighting for, Reverend Dave is called to Washington DC to testify in a landmark congressional hearing that will determine the future of religious freedom in our country for years to come.
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When We Last Spoke is an award-winning, heartwarming story of faith, family, and forgiveness, based on a book by Marci Henna. The acting was so good, no surprise since it’s starring Melissa Gilbert (Little House on the Prairie), Cloris Leachman, and Corbin Bernsen. I loved the setting of the 1960’s small town and costuming. It brought back a feeling of comfort and happy memories. Don’t forget to bring a box of tissues for emotional and happy tears.
When We Last Spoke recently won Best Picture, Best Narrative, Best Supporting Actor, and more at the Crown Awards at the National Religious Broadcasters 2021 Christian Media Convention!
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