On April 30, Box Office Mojo reports that “Jungle Book” continues at the top of the box office. Movieguide.org provides invaluable reviews, as well as news, videos and more for other good family redemptive movies that remain in the theaters with the ongoing demonstration of the staying power of movies such “Zootopia,” “Miracles From Heaven,” and “God’s Not Dead 2” that entertain and enlighten.
Fandango.com also provides up-to-date information about other good, redemptive movies currently in theaters such as “Risen,” “Young Messiah,” and “Ratchet and Clank.” Fathom Events brings to theaters this week the family, redemptive, and inspirational event “Come to the Garden.” It is encouraging to see that socially responsible consumers are encouraging more and more production, screening, and distribution of artistic movies and events with worthwhile content for the good of our world.
There are many more promising family movies for various ages due out in months ahead: “I’m Not Ashamed,””Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2,” “Star Trek Beyond,” “Ben-Hur,” and more. Many other promising family and redemptive movies are in development for theaters: “Left Behind 2,” “Full of Grace,” “Do You Believe 2,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew,” “Ten Commandments,” “King David,” “Apostle Paul” (with Hugh Jackman), “Pontius Pilate,” “Butterfly Circus,” “The Adventures of Tintin 2,” “Touchdown on the Tundra,” “Wanted,” a slate of HD Texas movies and more.
Disney, which has demonstrated the top box office draw of family and redemptive movies (especially when they are based on classics that have already stood the test of time and are morally clear and constructive), has some promising redemptive, family, live-action remakes in process such as “Beauty and the Beast,” “Dumbo,” and “Mary Poppins.”
The current Renaissance of artistry and Reformation of content thankfully continues in the public square as socially responsible consumers and patrons facilitate the best writers to produce increasingly better redemptive content for the best directors and actors to perform with the use of the best modern cinematography. The current interactions of improving artistry and content in the public marketplace are providing the kinds of top pick movies available the first week of May that include: “Zootopia,” “Miracles From Heaven,” “God’s Not Dead 2,” “Risen,” “Young Messiah, “Ratchet and Clank,” and “Come to the Garden.”