Screenwriter Allan Loeb doesn't know if moviegoers will enjoy his new film 'Collateral Beauty' as much as they do the 1946 classic 'It's A Wonderful Life,' but if not, he still hopes they walk away inspired and encouraged – with a new perspective.
"HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines of 'Fixer Upper' have been publicly targeted by media outlets merely for attending a church whose pastor, Jimmy Seibert, has preached on the biblical view of marriage and sexuality," according to a petition by Family Research Council. As of Monday, over 31,000 have signed a petition applauding Seibert for his stand for morality.
Film includes interviews with 16 well-respected experts in the fields of archaeology, biology and microbiology, geology, astronomy, paleontology, marine biology, mechanical engineering, philosophy and theology.
The president of the Parents Television Council says cable and satellite customers deserve more control over what they pay for in light of an extremely graphic opening to season seven of AMC's The Walking Dead.
Famed director focuses exclusively on the introduction of Catholic Christianity to Japan and the era of the "Hidden Christians." The Oscar-buzz has begun already. Watch the trailer by clicking here.
Disney's "Moana" (PG) is out in theaters this weekend, providing families with an animated musical adventure on a holiday weekend and a worldview not seen in most children's movies. But is it OK for young children?
Moviegoers may not know the name "Mark Henn," but if they've watched many animated films from the last 30 years, they've likely seen his work.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," being billed as a "prequel" to the "Harry Potter" film series, hits theaters this weekend. It is sure to be a box office hit ... but is it family-friendly?
One of the most popular fashion channels on YouTube was created by a counter-culture girl who talks frequently about her Christian faith, writes blogs about "modest" being "hottest," and tells her followers that beauty isn't the most important thing in life.
Fifty years ago, no one could have imagined young Opie Taylor cursing on television – or, for that matter, any of his playmates cursing, either. Times, though, have changed, and a new study by the Parents Television Council shows that networks are increasingly airing scripted programs in which teens and children use coarse language and sexual dialogue.
A federal judge chose not to rule immediately Monday in a major case that could shut down the movie filtering/streaming service VidAngel.
A pro-family media watchdog is sounding the alarm on a sacrilegious sitcom airing on TV Land – and it is having success.
- U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions removes himself from campaign probes
- Wait Is a Four-Letter Word
- Q&A: 'Collateral Beauty' writer Allan Loeb was inspired by 'It's A Wonderful Life'
- Actor Liam Neeson campaigns for REPEAL of right to life amendment
- ACLU wants Army Private Bradley 'Chelsea' Manning, transgender traitor involved in Wikileaks, released from prison
- 'To Joey With Love' set for digital, DVD release