This week’s Movie Monday suggestion is Pendragon: Sword of His Father...
I usually don’t watch movies in this genre…but I purchased this DVD for my husband and sat down to watch it with him. What an awesome film! It is very well done and has faith components woven throughout. It’s also packed with adventure and a great plot. My favorite part about this movie is that a family joined together to produce it.
I also appreciate that tweens (approximately age 10 or 11) and up can watch it (no younger children due to the fighting sequences) without the worry of inappropriate content. I hope the Burns Family will continue to make films and include the same integrity as this film possessed. A definite must-see!
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5 thoughts on “Movie Monday – Pendragon – 12/5/11”
Oh, my goodness! My boys are extras in this movie. Part of it was filmed in St. Louis, and since it’s made by a homeschool family, they connected with local homeschoolers to get their extras (LOTS of them). You have to know where to look for the boys to see them, but they are in the scene with the flaming sword. and Andrew is in the scene where the army comes back home. It was a great experience for them.
That is so incredibly cool, Suzanne! I’ll have to pay close attention next time I watch it!