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One Batch… Two Batch…

…PENNY AND DIME. So over the last year or so I’ve been making the rounds of other faith-and-film podcasts, from Screenfish to Reel World Theology and

LONE SURVIVOR’s Best Kept Secret

“If I die I need you to make sure that Cindy knows how much I love her… And that I died with my brothers – with
cinema reviews

Tigers, Elephants, & A Slice of PI

 by guest reviewer Andrew Thompson The Life of Pi is a stunning tale that takes us into the story of a young man adrift at sea
cinema reviews

GRAVITY from down under

It seems the new film by Alfonso Cuaron orbited into Australia’s view before I could feel the GRAVITY of the hit film starring Sandra Bullock and
cinema reviews

Breaking Bergman’s THE SILENCE

(No, this isn’t about alien villains from Doctor Who. It IS a great examination of the 1963 Bergman film by guest reviewer Rob Martin!) As she
audio reviews

Remembering Stone’s reflective WORLD TRADE CENTER

I remember thinking it was too soon… …when I saw the trailer for Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center back in 2006. Five years didn’t seem like enough

Finally, Man on Fire

Creasy: “Do you think God’ll forgive us for what we’ve done?” Rayburn: “No.” This exchange happens near the beginning of director Tony Scott’s moving Man on Fire,

The Dark Knight Rises: the REAL love story

“Maybe it’s time we stop trying to outsmart the Truth and let it have it’s day!” Althought Alfred Pennyworth realizes this 8 years too late, he’s the
cinema reviews

No Man is a (SHUTTER) Island

When my friend and Redemption Group Pastor tweeted that this film was “EPIC,” his high-praise proclamation was even more intriguing to me than Martin Scorsese‘s trailer.