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Wholesome Family Movies Needed

Wholesome, faith based movies. Not porno like Jerry McGuire, or extreme profanity movies, or movies that talk non-stop about sex (Liar, Liar or Click).

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      • BarbBarb commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I was under the impression that we would be offered movies that have been shown on the Hallmark channel, or the Hallmark mysteries. A bone is tossed our way occasionally as you give us a few HHoF movies. Why not the fluffy ones that are innocent fun watching at e end of a long day. Why can't you include those in your lineup? We also have no interest in movies that contain language or adult content of any kind! That is a promise broken in your advertising.

      • EmilyEmily commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        First movie I pulled up to watch with my kids said it was TV-G and they said **** twice in the first 10 mins. So, I shut it off... Not the family friendly I thought I paid for! Now I have to pre-watch even movies rated G?

      • BrendaBrenda commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I would agree. I was surprised when I found that all movies are not "wholesome" and had a lot of *** or vulgar language.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        NOW THAT I SEEN ALL THE COMMENT,I AM NOT GETTING IT I WILL GET A ROXY AND INTENEN
        I JUST WANT TO SEE THE OLD CHANNELS LIKE T.C.M THANK YOU EVERY THING IS A RIP OFF NOW A DAY,S I AM SICK OFF THE NEWS IT IS ALL BAD NEWS??

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        bettie davis ND ALL THE GOOD OLD MOVIES FROM THE 30,40 50 THE GOOD OLD DAYS GINGER RODGERS JOHN CRARWARD SUSAN HAWARD AND EXCYOU KNOW ALL THE BEST STARS,THAT,S ALL I EVER WATCH,T,C,M CLASS MOVIES??

      • CekoenCekoen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        You advertise as a safe family channel, but you are not. Several PG13 movies that I would even want my kids to see the description for. If you are going to stay like this, then please stop the false advertising.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It was very disappointing to see movies with nudity and foul language. We cancelled Netflix for that very reason. Our kids would not be allowed on Feeln and there really are not very many family films. Why is there such content on a family friendly service?

      • KateKate commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I'm in agreement with the many who have complained about the new line up of family UNfriendly movies Feeln seems to be increasingly offering rather than the wholesome, family-friendly ones we used to find on their predecessor Spirit Clips. The current line-up offers some very profane movies.

        Suggestions: Bejeweled; Still Not Quite Human; Grand Champion; Across the Great Divide; Pollyanna (the Hayley Mills as Pollyanna version); Courageous; Fireproof; Facing the Giants; The War Room; God's Not Dead; Western comedies; Westerns without vulgar language, gratuitous ***, and bloody violence. Please have more TV series like Sue Thomas, FB Eye -- excellent!
        I just found the Dove Channel, which offers a whole host of family-friendly movies for $4.99/month or $11.99 for 3 months; or $39.99 for the year.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        More family friendly movies/shows please. Don't want the ones with adult language and nudity.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        We started watching "Love Serenade" tonight and turned it OFF! It said "
        Edited for TV", so we assumed it would be decent material. It was anything BUT wholesome family entertainment. Feelin' I am SO disappointed in you, WHAT were you thinking??! Some of the movies we've seen here, we've loved (Loving Leah, In My Dreams, The Engagement Ring, Dear Viola) But "Love Serenade" borders soft **** and does not belong on this channel! If this is the edited version.....YIKES. We joined Feelin' to get away from movies like this one.

      • AvatarAvatar commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Please keep adding wholesome family movies. Less ***, bad language and suggestive entertainment. Old movies such as "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes" and "A Human Comedy" are wonderful old movies. Also "The Best Years of Our Lives" and "In Name Only" are excellent family black and white oldies. What about "Two Weeks With Love" or "Mrs. Miniver" there are countless movies out there ... what about the original British "Lassie"? do some searching and you could have amazing results!

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I too wish I would have read these comments before I signed up. I specifically signed up because they made it appear there were mostly clean movies.

      • DebDeb commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I too would like to see more wholesome movies.
        I'm a keeper of Feeln.

      • texasduo68texasduo68 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I agree...please stick with more movies like Sue Thomas F.B. Eye, and any of your original Hallmark movies. I'm not interested in "Hollywood greats" that contain nudity, language, or inapprobriate viewing matter for families. The reason we subscribed was to find good wholesome movies that uplift and inspire! Thanks!

      • Kristi Furrh DaughtreyKristi Furrh Daughtrey commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        What happened to the Kid movies? One of the reasons I subscribed to this was for the Kid friendly movies, and now they're gone. Please bring them back.

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