Snapshots

Posted: March 5, 2012 by jperritt in Snapshots
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snap·shot – a brief appraisal, summary, or profile.

Every Monday we hope to provide our readers with snapshots of films being released for the upcoming weekend. This will be a brief summary of films that will assist our readers in the area of discernment. Instead of searching other sites and reading lengthy articles, it’s our hope to provide a concise list of all the films of the weekend in one consolidated post. If you wonder why we don’t list the MPAA ratings, please click here.

John Carter – A Civil War veteran, transplanted to Mars, fights twelve foot tall barbarians and rescues a princess. Genre – action, sci-fi, adventure; content – violence, language, sensuality.

Playback – While investigating a case of a missing teen, a local cop discovers an evil spirit has been unleashed in their town. Genre – horror, action; content – strong violence/gore, language, nudity.

Silent House – A young woman finds herself trapped inside her families lake house, with intruders seeking to terrorize her. Genre – thriller, suspense, horror; content – violence, language.

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen – A fisheries expert attempts to bring the sport of fly fishing to the desert. Genre – romance, comedy, drama; brief language, violence, and sexual content.

1,000 Words – A man who has always used his words carelessly, begins to use them sparingly when he is cursed with 1,000 words before he dies. Genre – comedy; content – language,

The Decoy Bride – A Hollywood actress plans her wedding at a Scottish castle, but when the paparazzi descends a decoy sends them on a wild goose chase. Genre – romance, comedy, drama; content – language, sexuality.

Friends With Kids – Two friends decide to have children without committing to one another, so they can avoid responsibility, commitment, true love, and God’s creation mandate in Genesis. Genre – comedy, drama; content – language, sexuality, sexual dialogue, drinking.

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