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Rent The Apartment

A Review of The Apartment by guest contributor Zach Malm Directed by Billy Wilder Starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, and Fred MacMurray A writer-director before that hyphen became
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The Dude Abides: Cult Classic for Our Times

A review of THE BIG LEBOWSKI by Elliot Strong starring Jeff Bridges and John Goodman directed by Joel Coen Rated R His words are quoted, books
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Juno What You Want to Hear…

Audio Review of JUNO by Pastor James Harleman “I need to know that it’s possible that two people can stay happy together forever…” Jason Reitman, the
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We ALL want Happily Ever After…

Fairy Tales: Folly or Faith? An audio exploration of Enchanted Enchanted intrigued me as it hit squarely on one of my favorite narrative dichotomies in Hollywood
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Redundancy, Rebellion, and Staplers…

Whether you cross decades or cross the pond, you can find shared shenanigans, duplicated drudgery, synchronized self-absorption, and facsimilied foolishness. Office politics and the cubicle life
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Fatboy runs from Abdication to Dedication

A review of RUN, FATBOY, RUN by James Harleman (Rated PG-13) “… let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and
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There’s No Place Like D’OH!!!

The Simpsons Movie by James Harleman The funniest part of The Simpsons movie may be the opening, when frustrated father Homer Simpson groans over watching a
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Sometimes Truth…

“If you knew you were gonna die, possibly soon, what would you do?”  – Harold Crick, Stranger than Fiction Is your life a comedy or a tragedy?
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“If you ain’t first, you’re last” – Ricky Bobby

It was a joy and pleasure to discuss the deep spiritual implications of Talledega Nights: The Ballard of Ricky Bobby last month in North Seattle. Yes,