There's a whole genre of preachy videos and films whose whole purpose is to convert the unbeliever. Take a look at this list (where my search began, thanks to Google) to get the flavor of the movies in question.
You get the feeling that all is not well in EvangeLand, thanks to these little psychological tidbits:
Title: Your Baby Can Read! Volume IOutrageous indeed. Babies growing up to be Buddhists, chanting "Life is but a dream"... Kissing... popery... and one-second expletives that tar entire movies. (What kind of paranoid freak even notices the lone "cuss word" in a hullabaloo?)
Description: Introduce your baby to reading words. I didn't like volume II because it had "Row, row, row your boat". Life is NOT a dream
Description: Young girl becomes a quadrapalegic. A couple of kissing scenes I did not care for. Based on true story starring the real Joni.
Title: A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days
Description: See the pope on stage with just about every other type of Satan worshipper there is.
Just because a company says "Christian" and they sell some good resources does not mean everything they sell is good. In particular, I've noticed that Gateway Films sometimes have cussing. They have a video on William Tyndale that is masterfully done but after watching it about half a dozen times, I noticed that near the end when there was some uproar there was a quick cuss word. I don't think I've watched it since. The only reason I haven't thrown it away is because I plan on recording it on another tape and excluding that one second expletive. I did not include this tape in my recommendations because I can't recommend anything with cuss words. I also believe Gateway Films sells Cross and the Switchblade which has cussing--I bought it on a recommendation and never did finish watching it. In addition, some of these companies sell straight up Catholic stuff or down-low Catholic stuff (not expressly Catholic but with Catholic sensitivities). CBD sells a book on a Tibetan (?) monk. I mean that is outrageous. You have to be wise as a serpent.
But enough of that--what about the movies I found online? None seemed to match.
Not this one
Released in 1991 by Creative Youth Resources A clever film about 3 Little League Baseball players who are best friends. Two of them are boys and one is a girl. The two boys believe in Jesus and in heaven. The girl does not. In a baseball game, one of the boys gets hit with a line drive and ends up going to the big ball park in the sky. He sees a way to come back and tell the girl about heaven, but there is a problem; he is still 9 years old and she is now in high school.
or this one
Description: "From the Publisher:" This exciting sequel to "Safe at Home" will provide you with compelling stories of faith in the lives of America's ballplayers as they reveal their hopes and dreams, their triumphs and struggles.
or this one
Description: Based on a true story, this powerful drama demonstrates how love, repect, faith still applies in today's family. Home Safe will encourage and challenge you with Biblical truths of discipline and obedience to scriptural principles. 74 minutes.
or this one (but we're getting closer)