Watch the official featurette for the new Angelina Jolie directed flilm Unbroken. Unbroken is the inspiring tale of Louis Zamperini and his journey - as told in the New York Times best-selling book of the same name - through the various stages of torture, turmoil and oppression during World War II. See how he allows God to work in his life and in the lives of his enemies, an 80-plus year sojourn that pulls on the heart and faith strings.

In theatres Christmas Day.

"...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things" - Phil 4:8

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Field of Lost Shoes
Done from what seems like the perspective of a Southern patriot, where General Grant is the barbarian, this low-budgeted Civil War drama plays out like a made-for-TV film.
An Evergreen Christmas
This filmmaker wants us to feel something, but cinematically he is unable to generate any true emotion. What he does is the same as many a low-budget filmmaker - he jams in one message-laden song after another throughout the production.
Northpole
A pleasant surprise, Northpole is an entertaining fantasy for the entire family.
Redeemed
It is a potent, well-meaning warning that emphasizes how infidelity will haunt those with a conscious.
The Three Dogateers
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Or, at least let me count the times I’ve had to endure “family” movies about talking dogs. Actually, it may be fun for little ones.


Articles, Commentaries, Interviews, and Other Musings from Preview Editor Phil Boatwright
In Freedom’s Cause Puts Christ Back Into History
Audio CD series project the true story of Scottish hero William Wallace and his fight for independence from England.
Do Faith-Filled Films Make You Feel Guilty?
Ever wish you could push a button and go back in time to that moment that defined your character? Oh, how that would change your world if you could just go back and alter your decision.
More Faith-Based Films To Hit Theaters
Faith-based films are becoming more abundant. What’s more, they are becoming more and more like real movies, not just cinematic sermonettes. Includes an interview with Alan Powell, star of The Song.

Are You Cheating Yourself?
The best special effects are not found in computer-generated imagery, but in the story, characters and performances. The most endearing films can, like biblical parables, nourish the spirit rather than just throttle the nervous system.

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