Dove Watch List

Staying Home Family Films Vol. I: Singing, Dancing & Swordfighting

By Jacob Sahms Here at Dove, we know families always look for films to share with the whole family. While the output of films looks to be slowed for awhile, we’ll be publishing a weekly set of films you can stream to entertain and encourage your family in these strange times. Annie While the 1982 […]

Sports Movies to Watch When There are No Sports On TV

By Jacob Sahms Sports fans are experiencing a deficit unlike anything we’ve seen before. There’s usually one day a year in July when there are no (major) sports on television, and those of us who are twenty or older probably remember the days immediately following 9/11 when even the sports world took a brief hiatus. […]

The Disney+ Option Gives New Meaning to Fun for the Whole Family

By Jacob Sahms Have you checked out Disney+ yet? Yes, there’s a fee attached (unless you qualify for one of the initial year-long free subscriptions). But thanks to the consolidation of all things Disney, there is something for everyone on the Mouse’s streaming option, from classics to modern options, with new features delivered regularly. Here’s […]

Patterns of Evidence’ Tim Mahoney Wants to Follow the Truth

By Jacob Sahms Tim Mahoney has been tackling questions of Biblical Old Testament events for years, but in his upcoming, two-part Fathom Event Patterns of Evidence: Red Sea Miracle, he’s looking at the biggest miracle mentioned in the Bible after Creation and pre-Jesus. Counting on the influence of Cecil B. DeMille’s The Ten Commandments and […]

The 2020 Academy Awards: Who Will (or Should) Win?

By Jacob Sahms This Sunday’s Oscars will hope to build on the success of last year’s when audiences tuned in at a rate of 10% more than 2018. Last year’s big winners, Bohemian Rhapsody. Roma, Black Panther, and Green Book, showed that diversity matters (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse won, too, with the first African American […]

The Ten Films of 2019 That Made Me Want to Be a Better Person

By Jacob Sahms By the time the ball drops announcing that it’s officially 2020, I will have seen seventy-five feature films. While that number seems astronomical, it’s not actually the true number of films I’ve seen because I’ve forgotten a few – and it’s not even the most films I’ve ever seen in a calendar […]

The Chosen’s Dallas Jenkins: Get Used to Different

By Jacob Sahms In the flickering light of the fire, a Jewish man encourages his daughter to learn the Torah and repeat the prayers contained there when faced with adversity, shining a light into the way that the new series The Chosen integrates faith and life. From Dallas Jenkins (The Resurrection of Gavin Stone, Midnight […]

Be a Neighbor That’s Inclusive

By Peyton Garland Joanne Rogers—The Mrs. Mr. Rogers—is as spunky and charming as you might imagine, and while her husband’s demeanor seems gentle to a fault, she has a feisty, matriarchal presence that requires only a serious eye and a few words to bring order and sense to the world. This past Wednesday, November 20th, […]

Midway Reminds Us of Those Who Serve This Veterans Day

By Jacob Sahms With Veterans Day on Monday, Midway flies into theaters in appropriate fashion, depicting the bravery of men (and women) who fought bravely, and at times sacrificed everything in defense of the freedoms we espouse in the United States. The fact that it is Roland Emmerich’s personal project should come as no surprise, […]

British Director Balances Grace & Gravity While Pursuing the Gospel

By Jacob Sahms To understand the film passion of British film director Andrew Walkington, it’s best to hear his story first. His father, first an atheist, then a Jehovah’s witness, and finally a lay preacher in the Methodist church, died when Walkington was six. His mother, a Christian in name only, lost custody of her […]