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  1. I finally got to see this (available from Netflix on DVD now) and really enjoyed it. If you haven't seen it - try it you'll like it!
  2. Just wanted to make you all aware of a new movie coming out. Here is the blurb I got from Excel Entertainment: Ephraim's Rescue, new movie from the makers of 17 Miracles! If you liked 17 Miracles, then you're going to love Ephraim's Rescue the all-new pioneer movie hitting theaters on May 31. Ephraim's Rescue tells the unbelievable true story of Ephraim Hanks, the mountain-man pioneer sent to rescue the Willie and Martin Handcart Companies. The film opens in theaters across the Western United States on May 31. For a theater near you, stay updated on the facebook page. Watch a full trailer here
  3. Thanks for the post. I actually heard about this movie several years ago and thought it sounded interesting, but it wasn't out on DVD. I often enjoy low-budget LDS films, just because I appreciate the effort behind them, and they generally have a decent message. I'm glad to know it's out on DVD now. I'll have to keep an eye out for it.
  4. I suspect most people are already aware of this movie. I saw the original Saints and Soldiers and it was OK, but not one of my favorites. I haven't decided whether Airborne Creed will be worth my time. For those who've seen it, any feedback one way or another? Thanks!
  5. Just got Elizabeth's Gift from my local library (in Oregon). It was low-budget, but I enjoyed it. The description is: When a precious little girl dies tragically of a rare heart condition, her loving parents are left to pick up the pieces of their once perfect life. In a sequence of miracles, an angel guides their way to another little homeless girl on the streets and the fight to get her away from the clutches of the films villian, Paulie will prove to reunite a family once again and heal their broken hearts. It was featured at the 2012 LDS Film Festival, so I presume it was LDS written and/or produced and/or acted. Enjoy!
  6. I noticed a DVD coming out this month on moviefone.com called Your Love Never Fails. It is supposedly rated G, and sounds like it has a great message. I don't know if any members are involved with it or not. The trailer looks good. The movie blurb is: A working mother discovers that some commitments are worth keeping when her husband files for joint custody of their nine year old daughter, and she is forced to put her career on hold for the sake of her broken family. Has anyone seen this (if it was ever in theaters), or know anything more about it (e.g. any LDS connection)? Thanks! Kelvin
  7. According to Moviefone's website, this is coming out on DVD on 3/29: Midway to Heaven | Moviefone.com
  8. For those who are interested a new LDS movie is coming out - Midway to Heaven. I read the book and enjoyed it. Hopefully the movie will be as good. Here's the blurb from the website: Years after his wife Kate (Melanie Nelson) died, Ned Stevens (Curt Doussett, Saints and Soldiers, The R.M.) still cringes at the thought of dating other women. After all, why would he start dating again when he still has to look out for his daughter Liz (Brittany Peltier)? But when Liz comes home for a visit from college, she brings a surprise guest who will throw Ned for a loop. Can Ned ever accept that his little girl has fallen in love with David (Kirby Heyborne, The Best Two Years, The Singles Ward), a practically perfect know-it-all who drives Ned crazy? With Ned trying to sabotage the relationship, Liz tries to divert his attention to Carol (Michelle Money, The Bachelor), the charming single woman Ned sees jogging every morning. Together, Liz and David will teach Ned that with love, there are always second chances. From Michael Flynn, producer of The Best Two Years, comes Midway to Heaven, a movie based on the popular novel by bestselling author Dean Hughes. This lighthearted romantic comedy will quickly become a favorite in your family's movie collection
  9. For those interested, it looks like John Lyde (in association with Candlelight Media Group) has released a new film. I know that many of their projects have used LDS actors/actresses in the past. Don't know about this one. Blockbuster reported that it's available this week. The description is: Fraternal twin sisters Emma and Lilly are as different as night and day, but they love to play matchmaker, even though they've never fallen in love themselves. They find out their matchmaking skills are not just a gift from heaven, but rather because their father is actually Cupid. As they enter their senior year in high school, they finally fall in love--but discover it is with the same guy. Then they become bitter rivals as they try to win his affections. Caitlin Meyer (Beauty and the Beast, Minor Details) plays Lily. Danielle Chuchran (Minor Details, Handcart) plays Emma.
  10. Everyone, Just wanted to let you know about a new LDS-produced movie that is available. The title is Christmas Angel. I believe it was being sold at Wal-mart and through Amazon.com. Here is Amazon.com's review: Amazon.com: Christmas Angel: K.C. Clyde, Bruce Davison, Kari Hawker, Brian Brough: Movies & TV Sorry I didn't post this a month or two ago, but I just joined today. Kelvin