In Theaters November 15, 2019: Action-Packed Adventures Vs. A War of Words

FORD V FERRARI

Quality:
****
Content:
-2 Discretion advised for adults.
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.

CHARLIE’S ANGELS (2019)

Quality:
****
Content:
-2 Discretion advised for adults.
CHARLIE’S ANGELS (2019) are back at it again, this time assigned to protect a young female engineer who’s blown the whistle on corruption at the tech company where she works, which makes her a target for those who wish to weaponize a device she’s invented. This CHARLIE’S ANGELS movie is a less sexual, funnier take, with a strong moral worldview of stopping a murderous plot by the villains, but extreme caution is still advised for the movie’s foul language, some intense action violence and light homosexual allusions.

THE GOOD LIAR

Quality:
***
Content:
-2 Discretion advised for adults.
THE GOOD LIAR is a thriller pitting two of England’s greatest living actors, Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen, in the story of an elderly con man who tries to romance an elderly widow in the hopes of robbing her of her fortune. For the most part, THE GOOD LIAR is a riveting, nicely acted thriller with a light moral worldview about getting justice against an elderly con man and murderer, but the twist at the end seems to defy logic, and the movie contains about 15 “f” words, some disturbing violence and a brief positive portrayal of a homosexual relationship.

THE WARRIOR QUEEN OF JHANSI

Quality:
***
Content:
-4 Gross immorality, and/or worldview problems.
THE WARRIOR QUEEN OF JHANSI is based on a true story of a woman in India leading her people to become freedom fighters against the British East India Company in 1857. Although some light moral elements are present, THE WARRIOR QUEEN OF JHANSI is an abhorrent, politically correct movie filled with false religion where the “good guys” are all oppressed Hindu and Muslim Indians, and the villain is the greedy British leader of the East India Company who says he wants to convert the people to Christianity. THE WARRIOR QUEEN also contains some extreme war violence and revisionist history.
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