Most parents are always on the lookout for kid friendly movies. This is because movies are a huge part of our time's and country's entertainment industry.
Recently, we subscribed to PureFlix and have really enjoyed the shows and movies we have watched there. Here are some movies that we have recently enjoyed. We promise to give you honest assessments of each movie and let you know about anything questionable presented in the movies. Since it's all PureFlix, there really isn't anything that is assaulting to the senses or, of course, blatantly contrary to morality.
PureFlix does cycle their movies in and out, so these films may not still be on PureFlix right now.
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"Can a man whose made his life one of lies earn trust again?"
William Reynolds (Andrew Cheney) has spent most of his adult life working as a mercenary under Charles Kemp (Johnathan Rhys-Davies) for the East India Trading Company. But he's done. He is ready to take a good portion and retire far from the danger involved in his present job.
His employer, on the other hand, is not so ready to let him go. He sees Will's "talent" for the work and wants to take advantage of it as long as possible. When he meets with Will's determination to retire, he hires another mercenary to assassinate him. After the assassination is reported to be accomplished, Charles Kemp puts the blame of all the crimes of the East India Trading Company on the name of Will Reynolds.
But William escapes. A clergyman is instead killed and Will takes his place to become parson of a small town church. There he meets an innocent and good young woman and finds himself quickly falling in love with her. He knows his own name is held in abhorrence by all upstanding Englishmen and keeps up a pretense of being the murdered clergyman. Through a twist of fate, Charles Kemp discovers that he is still alive and Will is forced to flee England.
He goes to America, where the promise of a new life and Benjamin Franklin take him in and Will thinks that he can bury his entire past. Once again, he uses another man's name to hide his true identity. Still trouble catches up with him and Charles Kemp is once again on his trail.
Will knows that the girl he loves is never to be won if he is still the man he was in England. In order to remedy his past life, Will now does all in his power to protect and defend the victims of Charles Kemp's new schemes. To escape identification, he wears a mask as he preforms his daring acts.
Through his new life, he hopes that he can become a man worthy of the girl he loves. But can he escape the blame of his past life and still have a life worth living with her?
Points to Consider: This is a clean romance so there are a few kisses. They are not prolonged or uncomfortably passionate however. Will is in the role of a "clergyman" and is having a romance with the girl in the story. A brief discussion on the differences between Catholic clerical celibacy and Protestant understandings of clergymen's roles will help children understand why this is allowed.
"A voice with divine certainty in it said I will witness my brother free our people with the strength of his hands. I know you will save us, Brother, the only question is when?"
A PureFlix Original, Samson tells the famous story from the Book of Judges about the strong man from the Tribe of Dan. From birth, Samson has made three vows to God: never to drink from the vine, never to touch the dead, and never to cut his hair. As long as he keeps these vows, he has a strength far surpassing any man.
Placed at a time when the nations of Israel are under Philistine rule, the Hebrews are forced to bear the weight of servitude to their masters. A prophecy has been made that Samson will save them from slavery, but Samson has other plans with his life.
He doesn't want to feel bond to a certain destiny and does what he can to escape responsibility. What is worse, he mixes with the Philistines, falling in love with one of their women. The twist to the story that one would not usually look for, is a jealousy from the Philistine prince. The prince, Rala, thinks that if he is able to conquer Samson, Samson's God will favor him and bestow the gift of strength to him. His sole purpose in life is to defeat Samson and he even finds a woman who will help him: Delilah.
Points to Consider: There are a few traces in the film that the Israelites are a foreshadowing of the modern idea of liberty, instead of their vulnerability and dependence on God, but really the point is the great forgiveness of God and following the Will of God. This movie is a romance, so there is some kissing.
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