movies change people
We recently had Father’s Day, and it’s a pretty fun day, according to all the TV ads. Reality check? Being a dad isn’t easy.
Father’s Day can be a difficult day of the year for some of us. We get it. Some of our dads are sick, some are lost to us.
Mrs Gladys Staines made me feel normal, somehow. Like I didn’t have to pretend, and I didn’t have to improve, to be in her company.
I have friends who still describe me as ‘religious’, and honestly? I find it a teensy bit offensive.
Our entertainment industry is in need of grace, prayer and acceptance – not criticism – from the people who are supposed to represent the love of God.
When a movie can delve into your emotions and pull out a heart-wrenching sob, you know the writers, producers, cast and crew have done their job well.
Erin Bethea, star of the yet to be released movie ‘New Life’ offers 10 tips that will help keep the romance in your relationship alive all year long.
Older people are precious. They might not look it, smell it, or sound it, but they are deeply valuable. Do we appreciate it?
Dads – they love us, defend us, tickle us, protect us and are always ready with the most cringe-worthy jokes. Here are our 6 favourite movie Dads.
Mums portrayed in the movies seem to get some of the most loving and profound lines… these are just a few of our favourite movie mum quotes.