Among many other issues that are in the process of purification in our culture, the increasing virtue in media has begun as clean media succeeds at the movies. Please continue to pray that corrupt and degrading media, movies, and TV will be replaced with news coverage with integrity, entertainment that is edifying, and media that will be uplifting.
Consumer and populist support has been cleansing and improving movies and some television programming in recent years and has had the last word in our election. Let’s all continue to keep the momentum going. Individually and collectively we are making a positive difference. Every positive consumer, voter, and participant counts. We the People are participating in our society and with our Lord to remove and replace degrading and destructive influences in our country and world.
We all need to actively support good media, movies, and television. Fortunately, the trend for redemptive movies continues. Many good redemptive movies for various ages are in movie theaters for the second week of November.
According to Box Office Mojo on November 9, many good family and redemptive movies for various aged audiences continue to do well at the box office in the following order: Hacksaw Ridge, Deepwater Horizon, Sully, The Secret Life of Pets, Queen of Katwe, I’m Not Ashamed, Finding Dory, Pete’s Dragon, and Greater.
The future is also bright for redemptive and family movies. Here are movies to watch for November 23. Disney’s Moana is due in theaters. Watch for an exclusive interview on Sonoma Christian Home with animator, Mark Henn, who is a Christian and one of most renowned animators.
December 16, Collateral Beauty with Will Smith comes to theatres. Watch Sonoma Christian Home for an exclusive interview with writer, Ali Loeb, who is also a Christian. Collateral Beauty looks like a deeply profound film about healing after tragedy.
Disney’s Star Wars: Rogue One comes to theaters December 16. Fences with Denzel Washington and Viola Davis looks promising for December 25. Watch for stories and interviews on Sonoma Christian Home for these movies.
Next year in January, Silence with Liam Neeson and Andrew Garfield is about two Jesuit priests in the 17th century who face violence and persecution when they travel to Japan to locate their mentor and propagate Christianity.
On January 13, Patriots Day with Mark Wahlberg about the Boston Marathon looks encouraging. January 20, we can look forward to The Resurrection of Gavin Stone and on February 10, God Bless the Broken Road. Both of these are PureFlix movies. February 17, The Heart of a Man with producer Brian Bird is due in theaters. March 17, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, is due out in live action.
Other redemptive movies due in theaters in March and April include: Same Kind of Different as Me (March 17), Second Coming of Christ (March 17), and The Case for Christ (April 7).
Family movies due in theaters in June 2017 include: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (June 5), Cars 3 (June 16), and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (June 26), and November 3, Disney’s Thor: Ragnarok and December 15, the eighth episode of the Star Wars franchise.
For 2018, the following Disney movies are scheduled for theaters: Gigantic (Jack and the Beanstalk), Avengers: Infinity War, the Han Solo prequel, and Incredibles 2 (animated). In 2019, Disney’s Avengers: Infinity War — Part II and Toy Story 4 (animated) are scheduled.
Many other promising family and redemptive movies are in development for theaters: Do You Believe 2, 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, and The Passion of the Christ 2.
Disney has many projects in development (some live action, some animated) which include: Jungle Cruise, Dumbo 1, Dumbo 2, Mary Poppins Returns (Dec. 2018), The Jungle Book 2 (Origins 2018), Tinker Bell, Little Mermaid (2018), Snow White (musical), The Lion King, Oliver Twist Musical, and the Untitled Jesse Owens Project. Other Disney remakes (some live-action) of classic animated family movies continue in development: Aladdin, Mulan (Nov. 2018), Winnie the Pooh, Pinocchio 1, Fantasia, Chip ‘n’ Dale, Genies, James and the Giant Peach, A Wrinkle in Time, Nottingham & Hood, and Peter Pan (2019). Further, Disney XD is working on a Big Hero 6 animated series.
Thus, many good family and redemptive movies are coming to theaters. Watch Sonoma Christian Home for stories and interviews for good movies,as well as television programs.
To learn more about this author, please Diane Howard.