John Schneider (October Baby) on Hardflip: "It's really a hard-hitting film about the relationships between fathers and sons, and again, like October Baby, the value of forgiveness. At one point in it I say, 'It's too late for me now. See if you can't find it in your heart to forgive me.' If I can get people thinking about issues, that's a way I can make a difference not just now, but for generations to come."
Less than a month away until Hardflip hits the big screen! Find the closest theater from the list below and gather your church, youth group, organization or family for the Family Event of the Summer! If you don't see your theater below, sign up to be a Theater Captain HERE and demand it.
Merchant Walk Stadium CinemaMarietta, GA
AMC South BarringtonSouth Barrington, IL
AMC Lennox Town Center 24Columbus, OH
AMC Stonebriar MallFrisco, TX
AMC Highlands Ranch 24Highlands Ranch, CO
AMC WillowbrookHouston, TX
AMC StudioHouston, TX
AMC Studio 30Olathe, MI
AMC BurbankBurbank, CA
AMC Ontario MillsOntario, CA
AMC Loews Jersey Gardens 20Elizabeth, NJ
AMC Quail Springs MallOklahoma City, OK
Goodrich Willow Knolls 14Peoria, IL
AMC AhwatukeePhoenix, AZ
Century Stadium 14Sacramento, CA
Parkway Plaza StadiumEl Cajon, CA
Century 20 - OakridgeSan Jose, CA
Regal Parkway PlazaTukwila, WA
Wehrenberg Ronnies 20 CinemaSappington, MI
The Grand 18Winston-Salem, NC
Regal Dole Canner Stadium 18 - Honolulu, HI
Parkway Plaza Stadium - San Diego, CA
What happens when your life takes a hard flip? Teenager Caleb Jones goes skateboarding.
With no father in his life to guide him and his mother, Beth, working two jobs to make ends meet, Caleb believes nothing matters in life but to become a sponsored skater to get him away from all his troubles. When his mother falls ill, Caleb is forced to deal with her illness and his lack of responsibility.
Through the tragedy of his mother’s illness and the sudden appearance of the father, Caleb becomes the man his mother always prayed he’d be.
Hardflip is a story of what can happen when we let go of our anger and pain and willingness to forgive those who’ve hurt us most, just as God forgives us.