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Movie Review: The Way, The Truth, & The Life

On the Last Day of Unleavened Bread I heard about this movie from one of my friends at church, and ended up being able to borrow the movie from the family who had it.  In watching the movie, I was … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Hidden Figures

Recently I saw a hilarious trailer for this film where an obviously intelligent woman with glasses was being interrogated by a bureaucrat played ably by Kevin Costner where she had to defend herself against accusations that she was a Russian … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Rogue One

[Spoiler Alert:  There be spoilers here.] As I sat in the theater next to a bright but irritatingly noisy child who must have been only about five years old or so, I had all kinds of thoughts to make a … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Hail Caesar

Hail Caesar, directed by the Coen Brothers, is a strange sort of film that is both incredibly polished but ultimately unsatisfying.  Populated, as many of the brothers’ films are, by odd and quirky individuals, the film seeks to amuse the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Deadpool

Perhaps I can be excused for being a little bit late to this particular party.  As nearly everyone who would watch this film is likely aware of, Deadpool was an immensely successful summer blockbuster for its witty and wisecracking and … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Apostle Paul And The Earliest Churches

Apostle Paul And The Earliest Churches, by Vision Video [Note: This video was provided free of charge by FishFlix in exchange for an honest review.] There is a lot to praise about this video, produced in 2003 with a largely … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Ahead Of Time

Today, while visiting the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center For Holocaust Education [1], I had the chance to view a documentary on the life of Ruth Gruber, a notable and still living, although very frail and old, pioneering Jewish-American photojournalist. … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Lost Rivers

Recently one evening I found myself in the Vancouver Library [1] watching a movie that was hosted by the Vancouver Watershed Council after having eaten an indifferent slice of cheese pizza whose main virtue was that it was free, which … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Privileged Planet

I have had this hour-long video for far too many months from a friend of mine who has occasionally loaned me books to read and review [1], and I finally set aside some time to watch it so that I … Continue reading

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Victories Don’t Come By Accident

In the recent film, “War Room,” an energetic and exuberant elderly lady helps a young black professional couple to save their marriage as a result of wisdom gained through a lifetime of dealing with bitterness over the death of her … Continue reading

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