Friday, December 14, 2007

Update: The Note coming December 8th to Hallmark Channel

Best-selling novelist Angela Hunt's book The Note is coming to the silver screen on December 8th (9/8 C). Tune in to the Hallmark Channel for this book to movie adaptation.

Click here for the official site to watch clips, see the gallery, read about the story, and more.

Says Angela at her blog: THE NOTE, if you're not familiar with the story, is about a newspaper reporter who finds a note that washes up from a plane crash. The message is simple: "T--I love you. All is forgiven. Dad." She decides to make it her goal to deliver the note to the intended recipient. And since her newspaper column isn't doing so well, she decides to write about her quest in the paper.

Update: The Note is going to be re-aired at the Hallmark Channel on December 18th at 9:00 pm EST.

Read our interview with Angela here.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

83 Cities set to premier You, Me, Us, Forever


Eighty-three cities in 34 states are set for the Theatrical release of the love story, “Me & You, Us, Forever” coming on Feb 15th (Valentine’s Day weekend). Click here to find out if the film is coming near you.

Visit the official movie website here.

Monday, December 3, 2007

Movie Noelle to hit select theaters December 7th

From 8X Gener8xion Entertainment (One Night With the King) comes the movie Noelle. Says Matthew Crouch about the film, "With a charming and quirky feel of 'Waking Ned Devine' meets 'It’s a Wonderful Life,' Noelle is like no movie you’ve ever seen, a parable of forgiveness and grace wrapped in an enchanting veil of eccentric small town characters and Christmas spirit."

The film will have a limited release to theaters on December 7th.

The Story:
Father Jonathan Keene - a cold, impatient Catholic priest arrives in a tiny fishing village the week before Christmas to do what he does best: shut down a dying parish. But things take an unexpected turn as he becomes entangled in the various lives of the village's eccentric characters, including their beautiful librarian, the childlike priest he is displacing, and the magical experience of Mrs. Worthington's legendary Christmas Party, where everyone is welcome and anything is possible.

Watch the trailer:

Saturday, December 1, 2007

August Rush trailer

This is a film worth watching! Read our review here.