An accessible, fun and thoughtful choice for the family with enough scare to entertain the teens, but also offer some deeper commentary.
The new faith-based family comedy ‘Selfie Dad’ shows how The Bible helps a man in crisis rediscover his purpose.
Blackbird is a movie that captures the emotions of a family respectfully trying accept loss, but also puts a very superficial take on the complex issue of assisted dying.
Directed by Australian actor and comedian Josh Lawson (‘Superstore’, ‘Anchorman 2’) ‘Long Story Short’ is about serial procrastinator Teddy.
Set against lush Irish landscapes with thick cockney accents and rollicking folk songs, ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ is entirely watchable.
Bright Ones encourages kids to enjoy their natural talents but also see God’s greater purpose in how they use them to serve others.
Since last summer’s bushfires and through the COVID pandemic, the tenacious Australian spirit and our harsh landscapes have carried a new significance to many across our country.
Christmas Jars follows cadet journalist Hope Jensen, who finds a jar of money and ends up uncovering an anonymous movement of generosity.
A re-telling of the Icelandic movie that takes us into a proud sheep farming community, whose livelihood and identity comes under threat
It’s the plotlines political dramas are made of, but what makes The Comey Rule compelling, it’s that it’s all meant to be true.