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Movie reviews of 'Divergent' and 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
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I was recently able to see the movie Noah. I liked it. I enjoyed it. Most of all, it helped me to consider the story and struggles of Noah as I have not considered before. There have been many reviews, many good reviews and many negative reviews. I am not going to say “don’t go see the movie,” neither will I absolutely recommend for you to see the movie either. Here’s what I will say: If you cannot move yourself past expecting the Noah s»
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To answer the question many people are asking: Yes the Son of God movie is comprised mainly of scenes from The Bible TV series. However, there are also additional scenes added, some scenes extended, and a few scenes which were removed from the footage shown in The Bible TV series. All in all, I feel even if you watched the entire The Bible TV series, Son of God is worth the watch. What the Son of God movie is not. The Son of God movie is not a ma»
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The Ultimate Life is an earnest, modest, and capable entry into the “faith film” genre, the sort of film that knows exactly what its target audience is and never takes its eye off that target. Billed as both a sequel and a prequel to 2006′s The Ultimate Gift, Life tells the story of how Red Stevens built his fortune as well as how his grandson, Jason (Logan Bartholomew) deals with the personal and professional challenges that come from inh»
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If you wonder why I'm just now getting around to seeing "Lars and the Real Girl," a 2007 movie, remember—in 2007, I was in the middle of earning a PhD. (When I emerged last year, I asked, "John Wayne died? Really?")If you want to see what I consider the ideal Christian flick, this comes quite close. The movie is in no way billed as a "faith" film. But the community of faith and the question of what Jesus would do and the cost of love all provid»
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I finally saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier last night.  If you haven’t figured it out yet, I am a huge super-hero movie geek.  Even the worst of them get me excited.  Well, that’s not entirely true.  I have never wanted to see David Hasselhoff’s version of Nick Fury.  However, I may be the only person in the world that halfway enjoyed Ben Affleck’s Daredevil.  So, you could say that I am predisposed to liking movies of the»
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I watch a lot of movies.  It’s one of my favorite leisure-time activities.  My interests range from action to comedy to epic and super-hero flicks. What I normally don’t normally do is spend a lot of time watching Christian movies.  It isn’t because I disagree with their viewpoint or message, though sometimes I do.  It has to do with the fact that the production values are often poor and I don’t find many of them to be entertaining. »
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You were created in the image of God. Each life sanctified by the Creator for His plans and purposes. Man/Woman Boy/Girl Young/Old Able/DisabledRich/Poor Healthy/Unhealthy Strong/Weak Happy/Sad Widows Orphans From every nation and every race. Celebrate – Sanctity of Life Week Sanctity of life is not just about abortion . . . about being pro-life or pro-choice. Sanctity of life values human life. All life. With kindness, compassion, and involvem»
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Tonight, at the recommendation of one of my DTS colleagues, I watched the film, Of Gods and Men.The film receives its name from the verse in Psalms, which says “Ye are gods and children of the Most High, but ye shall die like men” (86:2). The movie opens with this reference, which serves as a fitting introduction.This is a true story of nine French Trappist monks (a sect of the Benedictines) assigned to a monastery in the Algerian mountains.»
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Today I have guest columnist with a review of a new movie:“CAMP”Word FilmsRoebuck Media, 2013Reviewed by Annette EntzA towheaded ten year-old with an alcoholic dad and deceased addict mom, Eli catches a ride to summer camp after finding himself put in the foster care system. He arrives at camp and gets placed with a counselor, Ken, who volunteered there to impress a client. So Eli runs away. Ken chases Eli down and berates him. They fight eac»