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Mary, Mother of Jesus
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Christian Bale (Batman Begins) stars as Jesus in this powerful film. Mary, Mother of Jesus and her pivotal position in Christianity, is portrayed in the story of the woman who has been a symbol of hope and inspiration to people of diverse faiths throughout history.
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Miracle on 34th Street
1955 Drama, Family
A kindly old gentleman working as a Macys department store Santa causes a commotion when he claims to be the real St. Nick.
All I Want For Christmas
2007 Family, Romance
To grant her son Jesse's Christmas wish for a new dad, Sarah Armstrong reluctantly agrees to go on a succession of dates as part of a nationally sponsored contest. But when Sara unexpectedly gets charmed by the contests appointed chaperone, Jesse has to work extra hard to make his own wish come true. Because the young boy already has a dad picked out.
WWJD II: The WOODCARVER
A troubled teenage boy helps an aging wood carver finish an impossibly difficult job, as the old man helps bring his family back to each other and back to God.
My Christmas Soldier
2006 Drama, Family
Christmas eve, 1943. A small Georgia town struggles with the rationing and sacrifices of America at war. Christmas is no exception as 11-year-old Gordy and his sister Priscilla sense a fear in the train station where they await their father's homecoming. Propaganda posters and tense adult talk drive home the evil of the enemy. When a train loaded with German POWs arrives in the station, Gordy's curiosity is stronger than his fear. He dares to approach the prison train and makes contact with a young German soldier named Hans. Through the courage to trust and the song Silent Night, friends and foes learn the true meaning of Peace on Earth, Goodwill Towards Men, and hearts are forever changed. Based on true events.
The Night They Saved Christmas
In this '80s holiday classic starring Jaclyn Smith and Art Carney, a mother and her three children find themselves on a wondrous journey to the North Pole, where they alone can save Santa Claus and his massive toy factory from destruction.
The Greatest Story Ever Told
Max Von Sydow, John Wayne, Charlton Heston, Sidney Poitier and Shelley Winters are exquisite in this inspiring, grand-scale portrayal of the life of Jesus Christ.
The Truth Exposed
Several men take a journey to unlock the eternal mysteries and uncover the truth behind the Catholic faith.
The Christmas Card
2006 Family, Romance
This Hallmark Channel original film is a touching holiday tale. Moved by an anonymous Christmas card sent to the front lines of Afghanistan, lonely career militarist Cody Cullen travels to the small California town of Nevada City to meet the cards sender, Faith Spelman. Once there he finds himself welcomed into Faiths family and fallsing in love with herdespite the fact that she has a boyfriend and that Cody has yet to reveal the fateful set of circumstances that brought him there.
A couple struggle with the tragic death of their only child during the 1940s. From the Richard Paul Evans prequel to "The Christmas Box."
Starring Raven-Symoné, Hilary Duff, Tony Hawk, and Clay Aiken, Dear Santa is based on a selection of the most compelling letters the U.S. Postal Service receives from children asking for Santa's help. Their dramatic and heartwarming stories will be told as their holiday dreams are fulfilled.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
In pre-WWI England, a widowed, absent-minded, unsuccessful inventor spruces up a wrecked racing car--which develops the amazing ability to float on water and fly--and plans to take his two children, his girlfriend and the flying automobile on a magical adventure. When the bullying prince of a middle European nation tries to kidnap the auto and its inventor, he grabs the wrong guy and the wrong car. So the adventure becomes a rescue mission that takes the group and their wonderful car to a strange Oz-like world of castles and pirates, where nothing is as it seems. Based on the children's story by Ian Fleming.
Nutcracker: The Motion Picture
The colorful holiday classic is finally brought to the big screen, designed by famed children's story author and artist Maurice Sendak, and written for the first time to be as close as possible to the original story. A lavish, exciting and heart-warming celebration of dance, of music, and of life. Based upon the Pacific Northwest Ballet's original production.
Can't Be Heaven
Danny learns that true love is magical. This refreshing and unique coming-of-age story unites three generations through a universal experience that is shared by all ages... falling in love. Danny is a 12-year-old, lonely and missing his dead father, living with his Mom and Grandmother, when a mysterious musician appears in his life giving him advice on music, growing up and girls. Only problem is, no one else can see him...
The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella
A romantic musical love story based on the world's best-loved and most often told fairy tale: Cinderella
On Christmas Eve 1944 in an isolated cabin in Germanys Ardennes forest, three American men and three German soldiers are forced to confront the realities of war, face to face, person to person. What they discover is the true meaning of courage and the true spirit of a blessed night.
A Christmas Carol: The Musical
2004 Drama, Classics, Musical
Kelsey Grammer, Jesse L. Martin, Jane Krakowski, and Jennifer Love Hewitt star in this musical version of Charles Dickens' classic story. The Christmas spirit that still lives within embittered Ebenezer Scrooge is magically transformed into a musical event featuring a visitation of spirits from past, present, and future.
The Christmas Box
Richard Thomas (The Waltons) and Maureen O'Hara (Miracle on 34th Street) star in this holiday heartwarmer based on Richard Paul Evans' novel. A family, boarding at the home of a wealthy lady, finds a box and learns how precious every moment of life is.
Truman Capote's One Christmas
A young man is sent to visit his estranged father for Christmas in 1930 in New Orleans. Based on an autobiograhical short story by Truman Capote.