Jean Valjean from Les Miserables (2012; Hugh Jackman)
Edmund Pevensie from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
Eustace Scrubb from The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis
The Whiskey Priest from The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene
A New Day (George Fenton from Groundhog Day)
Long Black Train (Josh Turner)
Who Am I? (Hugh Jackman from Les Miserables)
Who Am I? (Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz from Annie)
The Selfish Giant by Oscar Wilde
A Christmas Carol (2009: Jim Carrey) PG
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Christmas with the Kranks (2004; Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis) PG
A Good Woman (2004; Helen Hunt, Scarlett Johansson) PG
Annie (2014; Quvenzhané Wallis, Cameron Diaz, Jamie Foxx) PG
Catching Fire (The Hunger Games Series, Book Two) by Suzanne Collins – An excellent, but very intense story of a futuristic world in which kids are forced to fight in gladiatorial games for the amusement of their conquerors. This second book has a distinct theme of remembering who the real enemy is – and it points away from our immediate human enemy and toward a broader concept of evil. High school.
Enemy Brothers by Constance Savery
Joyeux Noel (2005; Diane Kruger) PG13 – Parental previewing strongly recommended.
Les Miserables (2012; Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman) PG13 – Parental previewing strongly recommended.
Spiderman 3 (2007; Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst) PG13
The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene