Ask your teens what they like to do and "watching films" always makes the list. From contemporary releases like The Incredibles to classics such as Rocky and A Man for All Seasons, here are 25 wide-ranging selections with plot summaries, Christian analysis, and discussion questions. Sure to spark family conversations about culture, entertainment choices and God. 192 pages, softcover from Tyndale.
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Review 1 for Movie Nights for Teens: 25 More Movies to Spark Spiritual Discussions with Your Teen
Date:June 24, 2009
There are 25 movies in this book and it gives a detailed good and bad reviews of each movie. Also has questions to ask your teen about the movie. Questions are to make your teen think about what was said or done in the movie, what did you learn from the movie and hopefully it will help you think about what you are doing and what you would like to do in the future. Some of the movies we will not watch because of too much profanity. I bought the book to help with discussion of the movie which was helpful but not as helpful as I thought. My teen actually reads the review and tells me and we decide whether or not we will watch the movie. Most of the movies can be found at the library or rent them at a video store.