This little boy's father puts on the Superman film 'Man of Steel', and his reaction is priceless. The child really gets into a scene when Superman is flying in the air and keeps a smile on his face with his hands up. At only 16 months old, this adorable child is full of nothing but joy.
As the scenes get more intense, so does this little Superman fan. By watching this boy root and cheer on Superman, it may even tempt you to put your hands up and join him. It's moments like this that remind us how much of a blessing children are in our lives.more >>
Initial screenings of Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" has revealed that Christians were not entirely on board with the "Black Swan" director's depiction of the famous Genesis character.
After "Noah" superseded its initial $125 million budget and became the costliest movie that Aronofsky had ever made, Paramount Pictures forced the director - against his will - to show several different versions of the unfinished movie to test audiences last year.
WASHINGTON — "Persecuted," a new film that will be released on May 9, is a thriller with a political message about religious persecution and the abuse of government power.
While Hollywood is better known for making films with a liberal point of view, "Persecuted" was unabashedly made from writer, producer and director Daniel Lusko's conservative viewpoint.
"We as a nation are perilously close to losing freedom of speech and freedom of religion and everyone we've shown the film to has remarked on how easily the plot of 'Persecuted' could actually take place — or perhaps already has and was covered up," Lusko said. more >>
LAKE FOREST, Calif. – Pastor Rick Warren encouraged hundreds of local Southern California pastors and ministry leaders attending a pre-release screening of "Son of God" at Saddleback Church Tuesday to use a six-week study the best-selling author created using scenes from the movie.
The "Son of God – The Life of Jesus in You" series (LifeWay publishers) will launch at Saddleback to coincide with the movie's release. Producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, who were at the special screening, had asked Warren to create the book study with their movie as a tool.
"This is an incredible opportunity to double the size and number of your small [Bible/book study] groups," said Warren after the screening. He explained that the first time he used a movie to launch a series to be used in small groups was with "The Passion of the Christ." Warren said he offered content that was not available anywhere else, and while members of small groups were first attracted to attend by the nature of the content, they stayed in the study groups because of the formed relationships. more >>
Miley Cyrus has rejected the prom proposal of a teenager who used a creative video and stood naked on a hilltop. But the pop star seems to have offered a date instead.
"Dear Matt Peterson, I don't think I'll be able to make it to prom BUT why don't you come to my AZ show & hang w me? Don't forget a corsage," the starlet tweeted Saturday, adding a kiss icon. The tweet has found over 15,000 retweets and over 35,000 favorites.
Peterson, the teenage fan, responded with vigor. "I need a tounge tuxedo made by the 27th. THIS IS THE BEST DAY OF MY WHOLE ENTIRE LIFE!!!" he tweeted, including the hashtag #mileyprom. His tweet received less attention, rounding up 544 retweets and 1,216 favorites. Cyrus' response was brief – "PuHlEaSe." Peterson joined over 1500 others in retweeting her response. more >>
Hollywood might have called it, "Revenge of the Nuns." But this isn't Hollywood. This is reality. Real people, real women, fighting back against the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) attack on religious liberty, a right to which women have equal claim to as men.
The Supreme Court's decision to protect the Little Sisters of the Poor with an injunction from the president's abortion-pill mandate forces the Democrats to face an inconvenient truth: the so-called "war on women" is theirs to own.
From the beginning, the president and his party tried to frame any and all opposition to the Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate, which forces employers to provide drugs like Plan B (also known as the morning after pill), Ella (essentially a week-after pill)and others in their healthcare plans as an attack on women. No doubt, they were not planning on the most famous plaintiff in the resultant largest class-action religious liberty lawsuit in American history to be an order of chaste women who have devoted their lives to caring for the impoverished and dying elderly. more >>