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Just Mercy - Justice and Human Dignity

Just Mercy - Justice and Human Dignity

“Just Mercy” is one of those films that reminds us why some movies are more than just vehicles for financial gain. They give us a window into worlds we may not otherwise encounter. In this instance, we get a peek into racial injustice through the story of Walter McMillian, wrongly convicted and sentenced to die in Alabama's electric chair, and the legal group who helped exonerate him.
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Dark Waters - Suffering for the good of all

Dark Waters - Suffering for the good of all

There have been many film stories in the last couple of decades that have brought to public awareness instances of corporate misconduct and the people who have the courage to challenge them. “Dark Waters” is another film that can proudly stand beside the likes of “Erin Brockovich” and “A Civil Action” showcasing underdog lawyers going up against corporate giants.
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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - mentioned is manageable

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - mentioned is manageable

This new film isn't so much a biography of Mister Rogers as it is a gentle reminder that we all need some help at one time or another in our lives. What we remember about watching Mister Rogers as children can still be of help to us as we navigate our lives today. Fred Rogers reminds Lloyd that when feelings are mentioned, talked about, then they're manageable.
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The Great Alaskan Race—Perseverance Against All Odds

The Great Alaskan Race—Perseverance Against All Odds

This film retells the amazing story of the 1925 Serum Run, when 20 mushers and their teams cover almost 700 miles of treacherous Alaskan weather and terrain to get the diphtheria antitoxin from Anchorage to Nome by dogsled to prevent an epidemic outbreak. Leonhard Seppala and his dog Togo are the unsung heroes of this incredible story of hope and courage.
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The Divine Plan - Coincidence or God's hand at work?

The Divine Plan - Coincidence or God's hand at work?

In theaters for one night only! See "The Divine Plan" on November 6th. Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan both took bullets in assassination attempts just six weeks apart in 1981. Each man understood his survival as a sign that God still had work for him to do. The work they did together to bring about the end of the Cold War was no accident.
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