Thursday, June 16, 2011

The Keys of the Kingdom

The Keys of the Kingdom (1944)
-Not Rated

Finally, another movie review!

If you're looking for a good, wholesome family movie with a great Catholic message and an entertaining cast, you're search ends here! This movie follows the life of a Scottish priest and his missionary work in China. As he goes through the many challenges of a faithful missionary in a strange land, he must trust that God will always be there for him to provide all that he needs to carry out his calling. It is very exciting, humorous, and endearing- is bound to become a family favorite.

I hope you all take the time to watch this movie and strive to imitate the virtue of this brave and humble priest.

Possible Concerns:

I cannot think of any. It is black and white, and though there are a couple scenes that could possibly scare very little children, it is not bloody or even that intense. Of course, there are no sensually offensive scenes.

I hope everyone enjoys this movie! And may you all have a blessed day!

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