When Magazine has completed reviews on all of the HSM (High School Musical) movies, the entire teen trilogy. We’ve went backwards in the sense that we started with TWO, then THREE and now I’m finishing it up by taking a glimpse back into the year 2006 for High School Musical ONE (the original from Disney).
When I was asked by Possibility Pictures publicist, Fred Williams, if HOSFU would be interested in screening the film Letters to God, I was ecstatic. So recently, while in Tulsa, Oklahoma, I put the movie on the screen of the Hilton boardroom and opened up my laptop to take notes.
What followed was an hour and fifty-three minutes of cinematic goodness, based on a true story.
Released September 26, 2008, by Sherwood Pictures, this drama/love story is a must see for marriages.
Filmed in Albany, GA, with a $500,000 production budget, Fireproof was made entirely by volunteers (the same faithfully driven individuals that created “Facing The Giants.”) Through prayer, members of Sherwood Baptist Church were called upon to make a movie about the trials and tribulations of marriage.