Talking About the Greatest Christian and Family DVDs in the World
Our growing list of reviews cover a wide range of films for you to review before watching them. With so much to choose from out there, who has the time to figure out what is worth watching and what isn't?
Our hope in providing these reviews is that they will help you choose films suitable for you and your family, create opportunities for discussion, and give you insight from multiple perspectives.
For the Theatrical Releases, our hope is that you can use these films and the Christian perspective review as a pre-evangelism tool to begin conversations with friends who need to hear about the love and redemption of Jesus Christ.
Christian media has been at the center of criticism, praise, and encouragement for quite some time now. Like with any form of media, the best (and pretty much only) way to improve it is to find what isn’t really portrayed as real within it. For example, I was watching...Christian media fans who also have enjoyed films from Nicolas Cage are in for a treat. The Left Behind series has been cross-generationally influencing people to think about eternity. So far, three film adaptations have been made from the Left Behind Series. The first...Los Angeles based Christian filmmaker Ray Comfort says the new Noah film starring Russell Crowe and directed by Darren Aronofsky omits the most important pieces of the message of the story of Noah. With that in mind, Comfort produced and released his own version of...Christian media is slowly but surely making its way into the spotlight. This is made evident by the fact that there are more Christian movies coming out in theaters this year than ever before. Son of God, Noah, Heaven is For Real, and many more Faith-inspired films...The outpouring of internet comments and inquiries on search engines (such as google and yahoo) regarding Christian films and which ones are exceptionally great demonstrates what’s become an ongoing theme for us here at FishFlix: People are ready for good, godly... Not so long ago, the only materials that would pass as “Christian media” available to the world were cassette tapes of ministers preaching and tracts that took a reader from Genesis to Revelation in 3 short steps (or something like that). Of course, we can’t...