Disney’s Brave


Hi again! This time I am reviewing Disney Pixar’s new movie, Brave. Brave is a movie about a Scottish princess named Merida. She wants freedom and doesn’t want to listen to her mom, who is trying to teach her how to be a proper princess and arrange a marriage for her. She goes to a witch in the forest and asks for a spell to change her mom so that she can have a different fate. But the spell doesn’t turn out as planned and her mom turns into a bear. So then she is trying to turn her mom back before the spell is permanent.

Now, this movie is a great film, but can be scary for the little ones. It also has the recurring belief of magic and some humor I think Disney should have left out. Over all, I think this is a good movie, but don’t forget that it has the recurring magic and stuff.

~Lili

P.S. I found the picture here-movies.ndtv.com

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Creed of Gold: Who Controls the Wealth of Nations?


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Join an unlikely hero as college student Adam Smith (TAYLOR LINDSAY) faces off against the entire international monetary system in a saga that begins with his father Professor Dostoevsky in Moscow, Russia and ends with Adam in New York City. What began as a simple term paper on the United States Federal Reserve becomes a fight for their lives as Adam and his research partner Kirsten (ELLEN LAWRENCE) seek to expose international corruption. This is the story of a college student who against all odds must clear his father’s name and protect the financial interests of the world from those who would exploit it. With the clock ticking, can Adam bring down the international monetary syndicate responsible for the death of his own father and behind the destruction of millions around the globe before he himself is permanently eliminated?

This film is created by the Christian film company Crystal Creek Media. This film shows uses money to show that what we believe impacts not only us but the people around us. Creed of Gold won the Redemptive Storyteller Award at the Redemptive Film Festival and the Official Selection Award at the Maranatha Christian International Film Festival (MCIFF).

I could not find a rating for Creed of Gold. However, it is very family friendly. I would rate it PG for a small amount of violence.

I love this film, and hope that you have the opportunity to enjoy it and its message.

For more information visit:

http://www.creedofgold.com/

http://www.crystalcreekmedia.com/

Ellie

Mandie and The Secret Tunnel


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Mandie And The Secret Tunnel is a movie about a girl living in the 1900’s. It goes along with the book series.  Her father has died and her mother plans on sending her away while keeping her older sister Irene. Some parts can be sad and I find some other parts to be hilarious. I really love watching this movie! This is the first out of 3 so far and I am hoping for more! I highly recommend this movie for everyone!

~Lili

P.S. Find out more at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1132286/

 

Movie- Soul Surfer


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Movie- Soul Surfer

The movie Soul Surfer is the true story of a teenage girl named Bethany Hamilton who’s arm was bitten off in a shark attack. She then had to get used to doing stuff with one arm. It is a struggle, but Bethany try’s learning to surf again. One of my favorite quotes from the movie was by Bethany herself,

“I don’t need easy. I just need possible.”

I find that inspiring for lots of people. Soul Surfer is a family-friendly movie. I recommend this movie.

~Lillian B.

P.S. Pic from http://www.soulsurferwave.com/setpictures