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Do You Believe? A Film Review Essay

by Matt Sheedy This past weekend I caught the newly released Pure Flix Entertainment feature Do You Believe? at my local cinema, which marks the third “Christian drama film” to grace the big screen in the last year or so—the … Continue reading

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Heaven Is For Real: A Film Review Essay

by Matt Sheedy Heaven Is For Real is the fourth religion-themed film to appear in mainstream cinemas in 2014. Emerging in the still-frothy wake of Son of God, Noah and God’s Not Dead, it earned 22.5 million on its opening … Continue reading

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God’s Not Dead: A Film Review Essay

by Matt Sheedy The Pure Flix Entertainment production God’s Not Dead has done remarkably well at the box office for a “Christian drama film,” ranking 4th in the U.S. on its opening weekend and turning an approximately $2 million budget … Continue reading

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