7 Celebrities That'd Look Good with DUCK DYNASTY Beards
7 Celebrities That'd Look Good with DUCK DYNASTY Beards
November 22, 2014

7 Celebrities That'd Look Good with DUCK DYNASTY Beards Men all around the world are participating in "No Shave November." As a tribute to and in the spirit of "No Shave November," we'd like to present seven people who we believe would look good if they had the beards of some of our favorite DUCK DYNASTY stars. Be sure to leave a comment below with your fun celebrity suggestions! 1. Kirk Cameron - SAVING CHRISTMAS and SAVING FACIAL HAIR? 2. Tony Stark - Because we NEED a bearded Superhero. . . 3. Jim Caviezel - Man was not made to live by BEARD alone. 4. Kevin Sorbo - BEARDS ARE NOT DEAD! 5. Liam Neeson - With a beard like that, NO ONE would ever try to kidnap his family again! 6. Nicolas Cage - DON'T LEAVE FACIAL HAIR ...
 

 
This Successful Hollywood Producer Saw God Turn His Life Upside Down
This Successful Hollywood Producer Saw God Turn His Life Upside Down
November 19, 2014

This Successful Hollywood Producer Saw God Turn His Life Upside Down Editor’s note: Chris Zarpas produced the Epiphany Prize winning GRACE UNPLUGGED. Before this, he was a producer on major Hollywood movies, such as THE SANDLOT and Ridley Scotts G.I. JANE. In a conversation with Ted Baehr, Chris reveals how God completely transformed his life and his view of success.  After many years in the movie business, I had achieved my dream. I’d gone from being a theater usher at an engagement of Alien to the president/CEO of Scott Free, and had done everything this little kid from Virginia had set out to do, but my increasing success in Hollywood was matched only by an increasing sense of unhappiness and emptiness. One day, shortly afte...
 

 
INTERSTELLAR:  The Thin Line Between Science and Pseudo-Science
INTERSTELLAR: The Thin Line Between Science and Pseudo-Science
November 19, 2014

INTERSTELLAR:  The Thin Line Between Science and Pseudo-Science By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher Since there was a debate in the MOVIEGUIDE® office about the movie INTERSTELLAR, two of us went to screen the movie to give another opinion and resolve the issues. Of course, the issues demand a lot of reflection. A Time magazine article talks about how Christopher Nolan and his brother Jonathan was captivated by Stephen Hawking and the science of General Relativity, Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. Nolan immersed himself in all of these subjects and required the actors to do the same. According to Time, Nolan and the other filmmakers behind the movie (which included Nolan’s own brother who worked on the movie’s script with Step...
 

 
Early Contenders Lining Up for Movieguide®’s  23rd Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala
Early Contenders Lining Up for Movieguide®’s 23rd Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala
November 17, 2014

  Faith & Freedom Are for Reel: Early Contenders Lining Up for Movieguide®’s 23rd Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala Hollywood, Calif. – Early contenders are lining up to be nominated for the 23rd Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry, sponsored by Movieguide®:  The Family Guide to Movies and Entertainment and the Christian Film & Television Commission®. The event will be held Friday, Feb. 6, 2015 at the Universal Hilton Hotel near the heart of Hollywood. Among the top contenders so far are HEAVEN IS FOR REAL starring Greg Kinnear and Thomas Haden Church, GOD’S NOT DEAD starring Kevin Sorbo and Dean Cain, Roma Downey and Mark Burnett’s SON OF GOD, CAPTAIN AMERICA: ...
 

 
Director Tells Christians to "Seek First His Kingdom"
Director Tells Christians to "Seek First His Kingdom"
November 17, 2014

Director Tells Christians to "Seek First His Kingdom" Dr. Ted Baehr sat down with Director Brad Silverman to hear how God radically changed his life and called him to make movies with a purpose. Read the encouraging conversation below. Dr. Baehr: Hello, I’m Ted Baehr, publisher of MovieGuide and I’m here with one of my favorite directors, who won our $100,000 Epiphany Prize for Grace Unplugged, Brad Silverman. You do a great job. Brad: Thank you very much. What a privilege to be here today, and what a wonderful and memorable night at MovieGuide. Dr. Baehr: Yes, and I know we’ve interviewed you before, we’ve put you on stage before, but I want to go a little deeper. Just how you’ve lived in Hollywood when your life cha...
 

 
5 Reasons ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ is the Cutest Thanksgiving Movie Ever
5 Reasons ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ is the Cutest Thanksgiving Movie Ever
November 14, 2014

5 Reasons ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ is the Cutest Thanksgiving Movie Ever By Evy Baehr, Executive Managing Editor   You may think that the short Charlie Brown television movies are just simple little programs, but they are so much more. Time after time, Charlie Brown delivers a message that’s much deeper then expected. “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” is one of the best examples of this wonderful phenomenon. The video starts out with Patty inviting herself over to Charlie Brown’s house for thanksgiving. Charlie doesn’t know what to say, but Patty does all the speaking. Patty calls back to say many more want to come. Overwhelmed by all this, Charlie admits he has never made a meal. In fact, he can barely spr...
 

 
Matthew McConaughey Speaks Out About His Faith
Matthew McConaughey Speaks Out About His Faith
November 12, 2014

When Hollywood Takes a Stand for Marriage: Matthew McConaughey Speaks Out About His Faith By Diana Tyler, Contributing Writer A few months ago, The Huffington Post published an article on their website titled, “10 Reasons It’s Totally Fine to Never Get Married.” Many of the reasons given are rather ludicrous, and unbiblical to boot. For example, take Reason #1, “Most people aren’t in a hurry to get married anymore,” which encourages singles to remain unattached simply because everybody else is doing it. Or, look at Reason #8, “These days, a happy marriage requires a serious commitment of time and energy that can be hard to maintain,” which sounds more like pure laziness than a real reason. The above examples, a...
 

 
Top 10 Veterans Day Movies
Top 10 Veterans Day Movies
November 11, 2014

Top 10 Veterans Day Movies   1. SERGEANT YORK Quality:  * * * *     Acceptability:  +4 Based on the diary of Alvin York, the most decorated soldier in World War I, this moving story tells about a willful man, played by Oscar winner Gary Cooper, who comes to Jesus Christ and comes to terms with war. After his conversion, Alvin is deeply troubled about fighting in the war because he cannot reconcile the Bible’s teaching against killing with participating in a war to defend his country. Before making his final decision about filing for conscientious objector status, Alvin spends time reading the Bible and being alone with God on the mountain. There it becomes clear what God wants him to do. Sensitively directed by the quintess...
 

 
Does INTERSTELLAR Have an Environmentalist Agenda?
Does INTERSTELLAR Have an Environmentalist Agenda?
November 10, 2014

Does INTERSTELLAR Have an Environmentalist Agenda? Director Christopher Nolan Clears the Air By Ben Kayser, Managing Editor The trailers of Writer/Director Christopher Nolan’s most recent science fiction adventure, INTERSTELLAR, have caused many people to wonder if the movie is going to be merely another hysterical left-wing, politically correct warning of man-made global warning, another fear-induced reason for Americans to buy more hybrid cars. INTERSTELLAR is set on an ecologically devastated earth about a widower who pilots a spaceship into another galaxy looking for a habitable planet that can save his family and all of mankind. When asked about the message of the movie concerning his environmental concerns, Nolan (who co-...
 

 
Why Movieguide®?
Why Movieguide®?
November 07, 2014

Why Movieguide®? Movieguide®, the family guide to movies and entertainment founded by Christian leader Dr. Ted Baehr, is approaching its 30th year of redeeming the values of Hollywood, the center of the world’s mass media of entertainment. Back in 1985 when Movieguide® began, there were, at the most, only one or two major animated movies for families. This year, there are more than 18 such movies. Also, in 1985, 46.7 percent of the movies released theatrically were R-rated, but in 2013, only 31.1 percent of the theatrical releases were rated R. Back in 1985, only about 1.5 percent of the movies released contained at least some positive Christian, redemptive content. In eight years, that percentage would climb to 10.38 percent ...
 

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