Thursday, November 6, 2014

Saving Christmas, a movie review, and a giveaway

This Christmas, have your family join with Kirk Cameron’s family and dive headfirst into all the joy, dancing, celebration, feasting, imagination, and traditions that glorify the true “reason for the season.” KIRK CAMERON’S SAVING CHRISTMAS is an engaging story that provides a biblical basis for our time-honored traditions and celebrations, and the inspiration to stand strongly against a culture that wants to trivialize and eliminate the faith elements of this holy season. So take in the splendor; take in the majesty; take in the story. Take it all in… and let’s put Christ back in Christmas! KIRK CAMERON’S SAVING CHRISTMAS is in theaters for a limited engagement beginning November 14 for two weeks only!

My review:
   I like Kirk Cameron. The media and liberals hate him, so to me that says he must be doing something right. They don't hate the pseudo-Christians that abound in Hollywood, but they hate Kirk. I am interested in anything he does, so I was excited to get the opportunity to review this new film he is coming out with for Christmas. I signed up, and was sent the link by email to view it. Last night, I pulled it up on my computer, and sat back to enjoy it.

  It starts out with Kirk Cameron talking about the war on Christmas, as he sits in front of a Christmas tree and fireplace, then it launches into the film.

  I'll be honest. It wasn't what I was expecting. I was expecting a fun-filled movie about Christmas. It was interesting, and I enjoyed it, but it just wasn't what I expected. Not that it was bad.

  The movie starts out with a Christmas party at the sister of the character played by Kirk Cameron. His brother-in-law has become very anti-Christmas because of the commercialization and materialism and feels no one truly keeps Christmas the way it should be kept. Kirk's character hunts him down and gives him a lesson on the symbols of Christmas and how they relate to the real Christmas story.

 I'll admit, at first I thought it was stretching it a bit, but then the ideas grew on me, and I ended up thinking of Christmas in a new way, and the symbols of Christmas. There is also history given on St. Nicholas, and I learned some new things about him that I had never heard.

 The movie bounces back and forth between a couple of characters at the party, and the Christmas lesson. I kind of missed the point on the one conversation, but it did make it entertaining.

  I thought the movie was going to be about the war on Christmas by atheists and liberals, and that was mentioned, but it is mostly about seeing the symbols of Christmas in a new way and truly celebrating Christmas as Christians should - better than anyone else.

 I enjoyed watching Saving Christmas and would recommend it to anyone who wants to revive their Christmas spirit and get a different look at Christmas.

Thanks to FlyBy Promotions for the movie review and giveaway items.

Check out the official Facebook page:
Official website:

Up for grabs to one winner:

1) A signed movie poster for Saving Christmas
2) The soundtrack to the film
3) A car air freshener, Christmas tree-scented.

To enter, comment and tell your favorite part of Christmas.
To get an extra entry, watch the movie trailer or "like" the Facebook page, and comment a second time saying which you did.

I will pick a winner using on November 16.


Steven said...

Favorite part of Christmas: Jesus. (And white lights on the Christmas tree.) :-)

Steven said...

And I watched the trailer. :)

Unknown said...

Our favorite part of Christmas is the family time!

Unknown said...

Liked on Facebook! :)

Caroling Cadence said...

I like remembering that the Father sent the Son by the Holy Spirit to save us all from our sins.

Caroling Cadence said...

I like remembering that the Father sent the Son by the Holy Spirit to save us from our sins.

Unknown said...

I love having the whole family over for diner.

chickie717 said...

I like the kindness of people during Christmas.. I also enjoy giving surprise gifts.

Jenn Crawford-Lierman said...

I love baking Christmas cookies with my children!!!

Jenn Crawford-Lierman said...

I liked the Facebook page :)

Unknown said...

My mom reads the Christmas Story from the family Bible on Christmas Eve

Unknown said...

I liked the Facebook page

Marie said...

Favorite part of Christmas-family time!

Marie said...

And I watched the trailer!