Please Mr. Postman: ‘Letters to God’ – A Review
“We believe that Christian movies are the greatest evangelical tool of our time,” director David Nixon told an invited audience at a Feb. 22 preview screening of “Letters to God” A sometimes moving, sometimes awkward blend of sentimental family drama, childhood cancer education and Christian proselytizing, “Letters to God” is the latest feature film targeted... Continue Reading
Letters To God: A Born-Again Box-Office Hit?
You heard it here first: the sleeper hit of the summer might not be Letters To Juliet but the altogether more powerfully titled Letters To God. Here’s what you need to know: it’s a Christian indie, it’s going to be in 750 theaters on April 9, and there’s already a grass-roots, church-based campaign to get... Continue Reading
Interview: ‘The Blind Side’ Director John Lee Hancock
CP: Are you a Christian? Did your faith have anything to do with you choosing this project? Hancock: Yes [I’m a Christian]. No. I thought it was a great story. I think that if I set out to do stories based on that then it will probably be like the cart leading the horse The... Continue Reading
Hollywood’s ‘The Book of Eli’ casts Bible, Christian character as central
The Bible plays a starring role in “The Book of Eli,” a post-apocalyptic action film starring Denzel Washington that opens in theaters Jan. 15. Washington, a two-time Academy Award winner widely known in Hollywood for his Christian beliefs, portrays a lone warrior making his way across a desolate American landscape defending the world’s last remaining... Continue Reading