Eventually, we plan to add reviews of older movies to this list, like:
Gone (nominated for Best Christian movie of the Year),
The Last Temptation of Christ,
The Gospel of John,
Jesus of Montreal,
Jesus (a.k.a. The Jesus Film), etc.
Links to additional movies of potential interest:
"MOOZ-lum: "Pulled between his strict Muslim upbringing by his father and the normal social life he's never had, Tariq Mahdi enters college in a state of confusion. New relationships with Muslims and non-Muslims alike challenge his already shaken ideals, and the estrangement with his mother and sister troubles him. With the help of new friends, family and mentors, he begins to find himself and open up to an Islam he hasn't been exposed to. But when the attacks of 9/11 happen without warning, he is forced to face his past and make the biggest decisions of his life."
"The misspelling of the word Muslim has to do with the misunderstanding of the faith. A large majority of the population either mispronounces the word by saying Muz-lum, Mooz-lum, etc. Given the current state of affairs in the media regarding Islam/Muslims being extremists/terrorists, etc, there's also a great deal of misunderstanding about the faith itself. Mispronunciation of the word Muslim as 'Mooz-lum' is also often used in a derogatory context to refer to a follower of the religion." 1
The movie opened in about a dozen AMC theatres on 2011-FEB-11.
"When the Goddess ruled the earth:" In early 2008, Arden films released a feature documentary by John W, McCluskey. It deals with
Goddess worship in Europe and the Far East during the Neolothic / Megalithic eras (circa 8500 to 2000 BCE.). It was photographed on
location in Ireland, Scotland and France during a seven year interval.
"The film meticulously explores ancient Megalithic stone monuments as they relate to the Earth
Mother Goddess, interpreting the incised art on the stonework and bringing to the world new understanding of this highly advanced civilization. These
massive monuments were built by the thousands around the European coastlines and even reached Japan." 2
"Zeitgeist:" This movie was released on "Z-DAY"
2008-MAR-15 -- "A world Wide Expression for Change.".
"Zeitgeist, produced by Peter Joseph, was created as a
nonprofit filmiac expression to inspire people to start looking at the
world from a more critical perspective and to understand that very often
things are not what the population at large think they are."
Topics covered include ancient sun worship, the Zodiac,
Pagan Gods and Goddesses, numerous saviors of humanity, astrology, the
Bible, Gnosticism, Christianity, Pagan religions as source material for the
Hebrew and Christian scriptures (Old and New Testaments), and other topics.
The movie website has a corrections/clarifications section,
similar to our site's corrections section, that is
nearly unique on the Internet.
"God Man:" This is another film by John W. McCluskey. It: "... focuses on the Hellenistic Jewish origins of Christianity, its ties to the Eleusinian mysteries of the Greeks and details its certain influence on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. The facts presented have been taken from evidence recently uncovered at an ancient Greek temple at a mountain top settlement in Ireland. ... The film concludes that Jesus Christ spent a portion of his life in Ireland living in this community which at the time was the only surviving more ancient temple to the gods in the Greek world. Those same earlier temples in other parts of Greek territories by the time of Christ had long been destroyed to build larger and more elaborate temples on their tops such as the Parthenon in Athens." 3