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While popcorn films can be a lot of fun, few things match must-see movies that are packed with depth, power, and faith. In 2020 several great book adaptations are making their way to the big screen, many of which tell rich, powerful, redemptive stories that are worth your time. We’ve picked the nine films we’re most excited about, and that you should keep an eye out for, throughout the 2020 movie season. Some of these films are historical accounts, some are faith-based, others are literary classics, but all of them are a cinematic experience that you’ll walk away from feeling mentally fed by.
This comedy-drama remake of the classic Jane Austen book tells the story of Emma Woodhouse, the meddling young want-to-be-matchmaker who complicates the lives of everyone around her. In classic Austen fashion misunderstandings, unexpected love, and other such complications ensue. The movie’s release date is Feb. 21.
Film - Autobiography - Christian - Worship - Artist
This film based on the autobiography of Christian worship artist Jeremy Camp tackles tragedy, faith, and redemption as it tells the story of Camp and his first wife, Melissa. This is the story behind Camp’s song, I Still Believe, and an inside look at his difficult childhood and...
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