As law enforcement officers, Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes, and their partners are confident and focused. They willingly stand up to the worst the streets have to offer. Yet at the end of the day, they face a challenge that none of them are truly prepared to tackle: fatherhood. They know that God desires to turn the hearts of fathers to their children, but their children are beginning to drift further and further away from them. When tragedy hits home, these men are left wrestling with their hopes, their fears, their faith, and their fathering. Can a new found urgency help these dads draw closer to God ... and to their children? COURAGEOUS is the fourth release of Sherwood Pictures, the movie making ministry of Sherwood Church in Albany, Georgia.
The movie follows four law enforcement officers as a tragedy that strikes close to home leaves them wrestling with their hopes, their fears, their faith, and their fathering. And together they make a decision that will change all of their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: 110522: The preview made this film look like a comedy but I'd call it a drama with some laughs. Sadly, the ending is predictable with Defendor only wanting to help the world but the criminal world acting appropriately towards Defendor. Liked it as the little guy at least attempts to fight injustice.Preceded Kick Ass.
(nl) wrote: Hilarious and brilliant. I can't believe I was going to give this film a miss. I'm glad there wasn't another film that appealed to me tonight. 2nd time: Emma 10/10. Lucy 9/10.
(ag) wrote: Bronson does away with politics, explanations, and motivations, and lets Tom Hardy single-handedly turn violent, psychopathic behavior into performance art.
(de) wrote: A childish movie. Has all the normal Nancy Drew clichs, but does not transfer well to the 21st century.
(ag) wrote: Fairly funny but mostly uninspired film, I feel. Just love that Matt Damon.
(br) wrote: In one of the poorest regions of the Brazilian northeast, amid drought and hunger, loyalty and honour are the only law. The tragic destiny of two families.
(ag) wrote: This was the very first Batman movie I ever saw. I remember buying it at a garage sale for like 10 cents on VHS when I was about 10 or 11. I watched it and remember liking it, but I never really grew up with Batman. Spider-man was my superhero growing up. I didn't watch a single Batman film until The Dark Knight Rises in 2012. Now I consider myself a fan, but I wanted to revisit the film that technically started my interest in the character and all these years later, I still enjoy it. However, this is a very different take on Batman from either the Christopher Nolan films or even the previous Tim Burton films. Right off the bat, the first line of dialogue in this movie is a corny joke about the Batmobile going through a Drive-Thru. Add on top of that Nicole Kidman's forward approach to try to sleep with Batman, Tommy Lee Jones's over the top performance as Two-Face and that security guard in the opening heist screaming "Oooooohhhhh NOOOOO!!! HELP ME BATMAN!!!" and Jim Carrey's Riddler, this is an extremely over-the-top cartoon come to life. Not too mention that Robin is in this movie too. However, with all this over-the-top goofiness and silliness, this film also handles some of its serious moments rather well. It dives more into Bruce Wayne's past, the origin to Robin becoming Batman's partner is rather dark and tragic, and the serious talk about ethics and why Bruce Wayne chooses to be Batman between Val Kilmer and Nicole Kidman are actually pretty well done. So yes, there are some silly moments and over-the-top characters and plotlines, but I believe it actually does have a nice balance. Val Kilmer as Batman is actually not a bad choice, however, Michael Keaton played him better, in my opinion. So if you like Batman, and you like schlock, then you know what, this film really isn't as bad as the Rotten Tomatoes meter would have you believe. However, I'm a little scared to watch Batman and Robin. I might just have to stick with that entry being the one that I never see. Batman Forever gets a thumbs up from me. Not as good as the two Tim Burton films, but an enjoyable film nonetheless.
(au) wrote: A great crew of actors saves an otherwise forgettable animated film.
(kr) wrote: Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!! the Nudity Rocks!!!!!!
(es) wrote: Hilarious movie. Say what you will about the following statement, however: it would have been better without the songs. I know, I know, but look at the score I've already given it! Like I said, say what you will. Otherwise, this is a perfect movie.
(es) wrote: Interesting from a historical perspective.
(nl) wrote: So cheap and bad. I knew that going in, but I thought for some reason that would render it charming. It didn't.
(nl) wrote: Nasty but a great film.
(gb) wrote: Jared Leto ?????