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If you’re tired of looking through endless lists of movies that are unsuitable for your family, then go to

We’ve purchased several DVDs from them and have found them to be reasonably priced, they have a good selection, and great customer service.

We recently watched Woodlawn. It is based on a true story that takes place in 1973 when tensions were high because of racism in the south. A spiritual awakening, led by Sean Astin as Hank, captures the hearts of the Woodlawn High School football team. It isn’t the typical give your life to Jesus and everything will go well story. There are disappointments and losses as these new believers learn to walk out their new faith.

We’ve enjoyed watching Sean Astin’s career as he was one of our favorite characters,  Samwise Gamgee, in Lord of the Rings.

We are glad to see Jon and Andrew Erwin growing in their ability to produce quality Christian films that the whole family can enjoy.

If you’d like to purchase Woodlawn, or any other Christian DVD – you can find it at

I was given a copy of Woodlawn to review. This review is my own opinion.

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  • Trena
    Posted January 21, 2016 at 7:56 PM

    I don’t think I’ve heard of this movie. Looks like one I’ll have to check out.

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      Phyllis Sather
      Posted January 22, 2016 at 10:46 AM

      Please do – you won’t be disappointed. There is a lot of football so even the guys will enjoy it. There is also some
      history involved with that time period so you could discuss that with school aged children.

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