Awhile back I gave some movie warnings. I don’t do movie reviews, but I do pass along what others have said. Jill Pena reported, "After watching the link below for the movie, Fireproof, I decided to see the movie. It was extremely powerful and I highly recomend it for anyone, teenager and above that is married, or ever will get married. Everyone that I could see in the theatre laughed and cried througout the entire movie. One quote that I will never forget from the movie is, ‘Never leave your partner, especially in a fire.’ New one from Facing the Giants Director: http://www.fireproofthemovie.com/ ." Karen Walker (yes, that’s my wife), reported, "I have a site that sends news and this news title caught my eye, Homeschoolers take on Roe vs Wade. I looked into it and it is about a movie/DVD called Come What May. The article tells what the movie is about and what they hope to accomplish. I just thought there might be others who would be interested in it. Here is the website: http://onenewsnow.com/Culture/Default.aspx?id=297500 . It comes from One News Now, afflitated with American Family Association. I have not seen this movie so this is not a recommendation." And Home School Enrichment Magazine reported, "Burns Family Studios presents Pendragon: Sword of His Father, a Christian epic feature film set in Britain’s Dark Ages. Filmed in five states with a cast of over four hundred actors, Pendragon is the first independent Christian film of its kind. With riveting action and stunning visuals, Pendragon’s story of faith, courage, and vision is sure to inspire your family for generations to come." Aaron Burns, Homeschool graduate and character of Artos in Pendragon: Sword of His Father, said, " For the past four years, my family’s goal has been to inspire Christians to embrace God’s purpose for their lives—to take up the world-changing task that God has for them. To carry this message, we chose the medium of film… Through Pendragon’s epic battle scenes and horse chases shines the story of a young man whose life was changed when he submitted himself to God’s plan. Although it is set in a distant time and a faraway place, Pendragon is more than just an exciting fantasy – it tells a story that is essential to Christian families today." Pendragon has already been selected as one of eight finalists in the Feature Films category of the 2009 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, alongside such already-popular films as Expelled, Fireproof, and others!