On November 14, Cinema Score rates “The 33” and “My All American,” which opened in theaters yesterday, Cinema Score has given them an A- and A respectively. CinemaScore® is an industry leader in measuring movie appeal among theatre audiences, as they poll moviegoers at major movie releases on opening night.
The Christian Post on November 13 have reported in their article, “My All American Brings Faith, Family, Football to Theaters” that this movie is from the writer of “Rudy” and “Hoosiers.” Christian Post states that it is an inspirational, real-life account of University of Texas football player Freddie Steinmark, whose life was cut short by cancer, but whose legacy endures to this day. Further, they reveal that Steinmark was a committed Christian who believed in the power of prayer and whose brief life impacted many.
Movie Web for weekend box office predictions has stated, “…After slipping into a horrendous slump during the last two weeks of October, the box office finally rebounded in a huge way with the release of Spectre…and The Peanuts Movie…last weekend. As we head into the second frame of November, both movies should have no trouble retaining the top two spots this weekend, going up against three new wide releases. Opening on November 13 is …’ The 33’…’My All American’… While The Peanuts Movie did come in a distant second place last weekend, it does have the potential for a lengthier run overall at the box office, since family movies typically have a longer shelf life in theaters than your typical action-packed blockbuster. It still remains to be seen if The Peanuts Movie will be able to out-gross Spectre in the long run, but it should post smaller decreases than Spectre from week to week….”
There are numerous family movies in theaters for the second week of November that should continue to have a redeeming, uplifting effect on the box office and on audiences, especially in the dark, perilous times in which we live today. In most recent box office data, Box Office Mojo reveals that redemptive and family movies “Woodlawn,” “The Peanuts Movie,” and “Pan” remain in theaters the second week of November. Therefore, top picks redemptive and family movies for this period include the following: “Woodlawn” (PG, for older children through adults); “The Peanuts Movie” (G, all ages); The 33” (unrated, teens through adults); “Pan” (PG, for older children through adults) and “My All American.” (PG, teens through adults)
Because these redemptive, family movies have varying degrees of rough, raw elements and are most suitable for various ages and levels of maturity, viewers are encouraged to use see valuable reviews on family movie sites such as Movieguide.org, Sonoma Christian Home.com, and/or Dove.org.
Ironically, despite grim media news, today there is a growing, developing, improving Renaissance of artistry and Reformation of content in performance media that is bringing shining light to illuminate hopeful paths through and out of our present darkness. The light prevails and the darkness can not it out. (The Bible)