September 28, Mo Jo Box Office reports that the following redemptive and family movies are in theaters at the top of the box office at the end of September into the first week of October: “War Room,” “Captive.” “Inside Out,” “Ant-man,” and “Shaun the Sheep.” These are among the best picks for movies in theaters for the first week of October. Caution is advised for many of the other PG, PG-13, and R movies in theaters at this time. It is imperative for individuals and especially for families to check reputable reviews by knowledgeable, experienced professionals such as on Movieguide.org before viewing any movie.
The future is promising for many redemptive and family movies in theaters. One of the most delightful and informative ways to learn about upcoming movie projects is to follow their amazing behind-the-scenes stories on their Facebook pages. For example, on the Facebook page for “Woodlawn,” its executive producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett share in video streaming their tear-jerking enthusiasm for this movie due out in theaters October 16. On the Facebook page is also the powerful trailer and other exciting information. This movie is a based on the phenomenal true story of how love and unity overcame racism and hate in the 1970’s. In 1973, an amazing spiritual awakening emerged in the Woodlawn High School football team, profoundly affecting almost every football player and its coach Tandy Gerelds. Notable actors, such as Sean Astin (Sam Gamgee, “Lord of the Rings”…) and Jon Voight (“National Treasure”…), perform in this movie. It is based on a true story about Hank Erwin and is written and directed by his sons, Jon and Andrew Erwin.
There are many extra resources for redemptive and family movies today for additional enrichment and wonderful behind-the-scenes stories: podcasts, books, blogs and more. “War Room” (a movie about the power of prayer) for example has many educational and inspirational resources of individuals, churches and families. Likewise, “Captive” (based on the true story of the redemption of killer and drug addict) likewise has many additional educational, family, and community resources. “90 Minutes in Heaven” (about a pastor’s after-death recovery) answers many questions about Heaven and provides additional books. Movieguide.org provides the best in reviews, news stories, videos and more for individuals and families seeking the best choices in redemptive and family movies. Sonoma Christian Home.com provides interviews with leading producers, directors, actors and more for redemptive, family movies. They also provide trailers, news stories, and reviews in an easy-to-use format.
There are many hopeful movies due out in theaters in upcoming months. By searching online, viewers can learn and see much in advance for movies they are considering seeing. They can also find rich extra resources provided by these movies. Here are some of promising family and redemptive movies due out this fall in theaters: “Pan,” “Woodlawn,” “The Peanuts Movie,” “The Good Dinosaur,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2,”and “Star Wars: Episode VII, The Force Awakens.”
Due out in theaters next year some the promising redemptive and family movies include: “The Masked Saint, ” “Risen,” “Kung Fu Panda 3,” “Ben-Hur,” “Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt,” “God’s not Dead 2,” “Miracles from Heaven,” “The Jungle Book,” “I Am Not Ashamed: Rachel Joy Scott Story,” “Same Kind of Different as Me,” “Finding Dory,” “Providence,” “Left Behind 2,” “The BFG,” “Full of Grace,” and more.
Further, hopeful, redemptive, and/or family films the growing list of movies in development due for theaters include the following: “Young Messiah,” “Do You Believe 2,” “The Resurrection of Gavin Stone,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew,” “Ten Commandments,” “King David,” “Apostle Paul’ (with Hugh Jackman), “Pontius Pilate,” “Butterfly Circus,” “The Adventures of Tintin 2,” “Touchdown on the Tundra,” “Wanted,” “Full of Grace,” and HD Texas movies. This ever-expanding list of potentially good movies for families that are in development include Disney live-action remakes: “Aladdin,” “The Jungle Book,” “Mulan,” “Dumbo,” Winnie the Pooh,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Pinocchio,” “Fantasia,” “Tinker Bell,” and “Chip ‘n’ Dale.” (Again, even for remakes and reboots of familiar titles, it is important before seeing these movies to check out good reviews to check as to current suitability.)
The top picks for movies in theaters for the first week of October for adults and teens are the following: “Captive,””90 Minutes in Heaven,” “War Room,” and “Beyond Farthest Star”(on demand). For children and or the whole family, “Inside Out,” and “Shaun the Sheep” are the top picks. The Renaissance of Artistry and Reformation of content continues as consumers support the ongoing good work of producers of excellent redemptive, worthwhile, family programming for television, DVDs, streaming, and for theaters.