There are a number of "Don't Miss" Movies coming out in the coming months! Romantic, Comedy, Heroic, and Faith Based. Here's a run-down of a few I'd recommend you plan to see. (Yes, Sampson is one of my favorite stories, even if my named is slightly maligned "Philistine temptress" indeed!)
Grab a date, your best buddy, or a co-worker, and treat yourself to a night at the movies! I can smell and taste that big bucket of popcorn right now!
Forever My Girl
Coming out on January 19
Forever My Girl tells the story of country music super-star Liam Page (Alex Roe) who left his bride, Josie (Jessica Rothe), at the altar, choosing fame and fortune over marital ties.
Yet Liam never got over Josie, his one true love, nor did he ever forget his Southern roots in the small community where he was born and raised. When he unexpectedly returns to his hometown for the funeral of his high school best friend, Liam is suddenly faced with the consequences of all that he left behind.
The movie will touch out heart and the music will touch your soul.
Opening on February 9th
Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous hero who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent, contemporary comedy with attitude.
In the film, Peter's feud with Mr. McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson) escalates to greater heights than ever before as they rival for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door (Rose Byrne).
James Corden voices the character of Peter with playful spirit and wild charm.
In Theaters February 16
A Hebrew with an unusual gift of strength must respond properly to the call of God on his life in order to lead his people out of enslavement.
After his youthful ambition leads to a tragic marriage, his acts of revenge thrust him into direct conflict with the Philistine army.
As his brother mounts a tribal rebellion, only Samson's relationship with a Philistine temptress and his final surrender - both to the Philistines and to God - turns imprisonment and blindness into final victory.
Available on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital HD, February 20
You can't miss this one!!! I'll be lending my voice in this adorable animated film! OK Ok, so are Oprah Winfrey, Kelly Clarkson and Kristin Chenoweth, but still, I'm excited!
From Sony Pictures and Affirm Films, The Star stars a small but brave donkey named Bo yearning for a life beyond his daily grind at the village mill. One day he finds the courage to break free, and heads out on the adventure of his dreams. He teams up with Ruth, a lovable sheep who has lost her flock, and Dave, a dove with lofty aspirations.
Along with three wisecracking camels and some eccentric stable animals, Bo and his new friends follow The Star and become unlikely heroes in the greatest story ever told – the first Christmas!
I Can Only Imagine
Opens March 16
I Can Only Imagine, the wonderful new film based on the inspirational hit song of the same name. The film is directed by Jon and Andrew Erwin’s (Moms’ Night Out, Woodlawn), and will be in theaters March 16th.
The fourth film from the brothers is based on the life of Bart Millard, lead singer of the group “MercyMe” and the powerful words of the hit single.
Dennis Quaid stars as does Trace Adkins. Broadway’s J. Michael Finley (Les Miserables) is making his screen debut in the film as Bart Millard.
This inspirational story of love and the complex father-son relationship will touch hearts everywhere.
Paul, Apostle of Christ
In Theaters Wednesday, March 28
The story covers Paul, and his transformation from the most infamous persecutor of Christians to Jesus Christ's most influential apostle.
Starring James Faulkner as Paul and Jim Caviezel as Luke.
Beautifully shot, it's the perfect movie to celebrate Easter.
God's Not Dead: A Light In Darkness
Opening March 30
3rd in the in series starring John Corbett, Ted McGinley, and David A.R White, the inspirational drama centers on Pastor Dave (producer David A.R. White) and the unimaginable tragedy he endures after a deadly fire rips through his St. James Church at Hadleigh University.
School leaders use the tragedy to push the congregation off campus, forcing the church to defend its rights.