My church (First Presbyterian) is celebrating a bicentennial next year and I've been selected to help plan the various events for the year-long celebration. The church is located in rural upstate New York. I've had an idea to host a "movie night" in the church's worship center...which features three big screens and a wonderful audio system with two huge sub-woofers. The question is: what movie should be projected? Obviously we would want to pick a title with enough appeal to draw as many people as possible. We also would want a film which is in keeping with the values of the congregation and the space. A few years ago the church had a showing of It's a Wonderful Life which was fairly well-received. The church was founded in 1809...the year Lincoln was born. I had the thought of John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln...but I'm not sure that would interest enough people. It would also be nice (but certainly not necessary) to find some find which told a tale connected to that period of American history. Another thought I had was the recent release Amazing Grace which tells the tale of William Wilberforce and John Newton (composer of the famous hymn). But, while the subject matter seems fine, I'm not sure that it would generate enough interest. So...any ideas? Thanks for any help!