September 29, On DVD Releases.com announces the DVD release dates for “90 Minutes in Heaven” for December 1 and “Shaun the Sheep” for November 24. Both movies are still in theaters at the top of the box office. Ondvdreleases.com is a good site to bookmark because of the wealth of information it provides for DVD releases worldwide in a large range of categories and genres. On this site viewers can find trailers, ratings, descriptions, as well as where and when to purchase or rent DVDs.
Further, on September 29 On DVD Releases.com reports the two top selling DVDS in the family category are “Max” and “Cinderella ” “Max” is due for release October 27 and “Cinderella” (that is also the top selling DVD in the fantasy category) has recently been released. Further, September 29 On DVD Releases reports that the top selling DVD in the drama and African American categories remains “War Room” that is still in theaters as a top box office draw but can be pre-ordered with a release date likely in November or December. “Avengers 2: Age of Ultron” is the overall, top selling DVD that is available in pre-order for October 2. This movie is also the top selling DVD in the action and sci-fi categories. “Inside Out” is the top selling DVD in the animation category and can be pre-order for release November 3. Most of these movies have remained in theaters for weeks and even months in some cases. Many are still in theaters. These are all worthwhile redemptive, family movies for various ages.
It is clear that good redemptive and family movies do the best from theater to DVD to streaming, as they stand the test of time as they present universal principles with broad, eternal appeal. Producers, directors, and actors connected to such movies also do the best. Movieguide.org, another valuable online bookmark, has tracked, researched, and verified the long-lasting success of such movies. Further, they provide many resources for individuals and families to find the best choices in redemptive and family movies in theaters, DVDs, and via streaming. Sonoma Christian Home.com and Christian Cinema.com, further valuable online bookmarks, and other such online resources also provide rich helps to find the best movies and DVDs. Finally, readers can bookmark and/or click on the link at the bottom of Austin Movie Examiner articles to sign up for free subscriptions to daily, up-to-date, hopeful stories about redemptive and family films, DVDs, streaming and more.
As well as providing good storytelling, cinematography and acting, good redemptive movies have multi-dimensional characters who develop over time as they overcome conflicts within themselves, with other multi-dimensional characters, or with their environment. These stories “start late” and “end early” without extraneous dialogue or movement. They begin at a point of tension, build to climatic turning points, and resolve with meaningful and memorable endings. These effective, long-living stories on film are presented primarily by action and minimal dialogue. They also have captivating music and sound effects.
A film is “redemptive” when it unfolds the making of something positive and worthy out of something or someone from their former lacking and negative states. Redemptive movies present realistic, authentic, honest stories in which the characters go on edifying journeys that lead them towards redeeming results, toward reconciliation, and onto Truth. Such films tell stories with universal ideas and themes that lift viewers from cynicism and pessimism to that which is constructive and hopeful. Although they present difficult struggles, redemptive movies provided freedom from what is paralyzing, degrading and debilitating to what is freeing, beautiful and eternal. Redemptive artistic movies feature the following: universal appeal and Truth; building conflict that involves jeopardy; surprising and unexpected, thought-provoking content; rich use of language, music, and sound effects; human interest and heart-felt scenes and more. Redemptive films leave positive imprints for lifetimes on the minds and hearts of viewers.