FORD V FERRARI is an extremely powerful character study about the famous American car designer Carroll Shelby and racecar driver Ken Miles fighting corporate interference, physical challenges and personal issues to build a revolutionary car for Ford to challenge Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans 24-hour race. FORD V FERRARI has a subtle Christian, uplifting worldview where self-sacrifice, friendship and family win out, but it’s almost fatally marred by lots of strong foul language.
-3Excessive sex, violence, immorality, and/or worldview problems. (Sometimes excessive content such as violence is in otherwise redemptive movies.)
ROMA is a touching drama from Alfonso Cuarón, the director of GRAVITY, about a family and their young maid in 1970s Mexico City. ROMA is a carefully directed arthouse flick with beautiful cinematography and strong moral messages about family bonds, but it’s a bit slow and warrants extreme caution for foul language and nudity.
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