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Film Review: “Black Nativity” – A Christmas Gift With Urban Grit

The first Christmas film of the year may be one geared towards African American audiences, but “Black Nativity” really is for everyone.  In this musical holiday film, Jennifer Hudson’s singing and acting have never seemed more beautiful and natural as she simply steals every scene.  Starring Forest Whitaker as Reverend Cornell Cobbs, “Black Nativity” gives […]

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DVD Review: “King’s Faith”

   “King’s Faith” is an independent, Christian-themed film that will surprise audiences with its redemptive storyline, gritty characterization and quality acting.  Brendan King (played by Crawford Wilson), released from juvenile jail after being convicted on drug charges and aging out of the foster care system, lands in a small suburban town.  Fortunately for Brendan, he is […]

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Film Review: Weekend Of A Champion

“Weekend of a Champion” is a new documentary film with a vintage documentary film embedded inside.  Essentially, it is a restoration of the original 1972 documentary “Weekend Of A Champion” with a new interview between subject Jackie Stewart and Director Roman Polanski attached on the end.  It would be really easy to dismiss this film […]

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Movie Review – “Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story”

Imagine tying your shoes with just one hand.  How about driving your car with only that hand?  Or doing just about everything else in your life with only your right-hand, when you were actually born left-handed?  It would be tough to even get close to just what life is like for a 6’ 9” high […]

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A “Long Shot” Interview:  Hoops, Dubya & Serendipity

A “Long Shot” Interview: Hoops, Dubya & Serendipity

FRANKLIN MARTIN – Director/Producer, Dutchmen Films A former basketball coach, Franklin Martin grew up in the South and his family had a strong connection to New Orleans which led him to film his first documentary Hurricane Season: Walking on Dead Fish (narrated and executive-produced by Terry Bradshaw).  Having completed “Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story,” Martin will […]

Film Review: The Fifth Estate

“The Fifth Estate” is a film that takes audiences inside the life of a paranoid, dissociative, manipulative and yet brilliant man named Julian Assange as he tries to take down the world as he sees it.  Assange, is painfully brought to the screen by Benedict Cumberbatch who performs his role brilliantly.  Playing a real-life modern-day […]

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Film Review: Gravity

Did you ever wonder what it might be like for someone to become lost in space?  Well, “Gravity” might be the film for you. “Gravity” Director Alfonso Cuaron and his production team made an amazing film which makes the audience feel like you are in space from the beginning of this film. Sandra Bullock (as Medical […]

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Film Review:  I’m In Love With A Church Girl

Film Review: I’m In Love With A Church Girl

In the realm of faith-based films, there has been a mixed track record on the quality and ultimate success of film projects made in this genre.  The most successful films like “Fireproof,” “Facing The Giants” and “Courageous” have pushed the bar of religious filmmaking to higher levels and expectations.  “I’m In Love With A Church […]

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An Unusual Suspect: The Stephen Baldwin Interview

An Unusual Suspect: The Stephen Baldwin Interview

Stephen Baldwin is an actor, family man and born-again Christian who makes his home in upstate New York with his wife and two young daughters.  The youngest of the Baldwin brothers acting clan, Stephen is one of the few Hollywood actors versatile enough for key roles in everything from “The Usual Suspect” to “Bio-Dome.”  Equally adept […]

Galley Molina Interview: The Kingdom Grind

Galley Molina is the Founder and CEO of Reverence Gospel Media, LLC and has been involved in the entertainment industry for over 25 years.  Molina started his career as an artist in the music business and after finding success on his own, he began writing and producing for others.  The biggest change in Galley’s life […]