UNDERWATER is a horror thriller starring Kristen Stewart, who plays a mechanical engineer working on an elaborate underwater drilling operation in the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean that starts falling apart when it’s attacked by some kind of underwater sea monsters. Though somewhat derivative and lacking greatness, UNDERWATER is a pretty intense and scary but redemptive tale of survival and sacrifice that’s marred by frequent foul language and a couple gruesome deaths.
LIKE A BOSS
LIKE A BOSS features two long time best friends, Mia and Mel, who are trying to navigate their sudden success, when a huge beauty mogul offers to invest in their cosmetics brand. LIKE A BOSS has some laughs, but the foul language and immorality portrayed makes it unacceptable viewing for viewers.
JUST MERCY tells the compellingly true story about an African-American lawyer in Alabama who takes the case a black man falsely accused of murder and placed on death row. JUST MERCY is highly emotional, moving and absorbing, with compelling performances and a strong Christian, moral worldview, but MOVEIGUIDE® advises extreme caution due to too much foul language and some mature content.
1917 is a powerful, patriotic, moral war movie set at the western front in France and Belgium during World War I about two British soldiers sent by their commander on a suicide mission to warn the British frontlines that they’re rushing into a German trap. Not only is it an entertaining movie, with a strong moral worldview about courage under fire, but it has about 36 obscenities and profanities and significant wartime violence. So, MOVIEGUIDE® advises extreme caution