Friday, March 13, 2015

Movie Recommendations - Netflix

With a little patience, you an find some decent movies to watch.  We subscribe to both streaming and DVDs.  The movie listings are not in any particular order.


1.  The Jewish Cardinal - biopic on Cardinal Jean Marie Lustiger

2.  Quiet Victory - The Charlie Wedemeyer Story.  People in Hawaii will really appreciate this one.

3.  Mercy Rule, starring Kirk Cameron

4.  Confucius, starring Chow Yung Fat

5.  A Man Called Peter, biopic on Presbyterian minister and Senate Chaplain Peter Marshall

6.  Monumental - documentary by Kirk Cameron on his journey to find the solution to saving America.

7.  Stolen Summer - movie about a little Catholic boy out to convert Jews.

8.  Redeemed - Christian movie about husband struggling being faithful to his marriage vows.

9.  Marty - Classic movie starring Ernest Borgnine as a lonely butcher looking for love.

10.  Young Mr. Lincoln - John Ford movie starring Henry Fonda as Abraham Lincoln as a young lawyer.

11.  A Long Way Off - a modern retelling of the Prodigal Son parable.

12.  The Quiet Man - classic John Ford movie starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara.

13.  Finding Faith - Christian movie about children preyed on by online predators.

Added 3/16/2015

14.  Wide Awake - surprisingly good movie about a Catholic boy dealing with the death of his beloved grandfather.

Added 4/6/2015

15.  Floating City - Chinese historical drama.  Very good movie and life, marriage and the Catholic church are shown in a good light.


1.  The Flowers of St. Francis, directed by Roberto Rosselini.

2.  The Long Gray Line, directed by John Ford.***Highly Recommended

3.  Drums Along the Mohawk - directed by John Ford.

4.  How Green Was My Valley - directed by John Ford.

5.  The Identical - an Elvis Presley storyline.

6.  God is Not Dead - Atheist college professor tries to intimidate Christian student.

7.  When the Game Stands Tall, starring Jim Caviezel

8.  Tokyo Story, classic Japanese movie about an elderly couple wanting to visit their children, busy with their own lives.

9.  Ikuru - classic Japanese movie about a dying man who learns what is important in life.

10.  John XXIII - starring Ed Asner

11.  Paul VI - The Pope in the Tempest

12.  The Informer - classic John Ford movie

13.  The Bible Collection - Abraham

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