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10 Reasons To Watch the 22nd Annual Movieguide® Awards Saturday
11 a.m. Pacific Time and 2 p.m. Eastern Time March 1 on the ReelzChannel
Ten reasons to watch the 22nd Annual Movieguide® Awards March 1 at 11 a.m. Pacific Time and 2 p.m. Eastern Time on the ReelzChannel:
1. It’s the most family-friendly clean and inspiring awards show of the year and includes $350,000 in prize money for faith inspiring movies and television programs.
2. It’s good entertainment with celebrities, stars like Corbin Bernsen, Ali Landry, Rodney Peete, Jordin Sparks, and, as host, “Blue Collar” comedian Bill Engvall.
3. It features Joni Eareckson Tada singing the faith-inspiring song the Academy Awards disqualified.
4. It features faith-friendly performances by Billy Ray Cyrus and Jacob Latimore.
5. It honors the movies families like best such as FROZEN, DESPICABLE ME 2, and THE CROODS rather than the R-rated movies prominent on other awards shows.
6. It features Mark Burnett and Roma Downey who made the hit series THE BIBLE for the History Channel last year and who are releasing SON OF GOD in theaters Friday.
7. It honors strongly faith-based movies like GRACE UNPLUGGED.
8. It honors Free Enterprise with a special $50,000 prize. You’ll want to see who wins.
9. By watching the 22nd Annual Movieguide® Awards, you send a ratings message to Hollywood that you want cleaner, more wholesome movies, television and awards shows. Hollywood pays attention to ratings and will offer more faith-based programming when such faith-based programming shows strong ratings.
10. The media shapes the culture. When you vote for entertainment that honors God, you are voting to leave your children and grandchildren a more godly, civil society.
Help us to take on the goliath and win the culture for the future of your children and grandchildren.
This year’s star studded Gala is hosted by actor-comedian, Bill Engvall, with appearances by, among others, “Duck Dynasty” stars, Korie and Willie Robertson, The Bible’s Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, and emotional performances by Billy Ray Cyrus, and Joni Eareckson Tada, who exclusively performs for us the Oscar nominated yet disqualified song, “Alone Yet Not Alone”.
To find out what channel The Movieguide Awards will be on in your area, click here.