I’ve been thinking about why we are affected by people who don’t exist. Even when characters are based […]
Raising children today isn’t easy – nor is taking care of yourself all that easy either, but nobody ever said it was going to be easy. I know you and other people have heard this before, but have you listened to this advice. Why? Well, I have a couple of questions for you. Do you talk with your kids about the stuff going on with the world we live in?
Black Narcissus (streaming on the Criterion Channel or for rent on Amazon Prime) is not my favorite movie, […]
Abrupt endings to movies used to bother me. I wanted a neat, wrapped-together conclusion that answered at least […]
You know the scene. It is the end of the date. Boy and girl, face to face, nervously rocking back and forth, inching closer, fumbling about, both wanting to, but neither one quite bold enough to make the final move for the first kiss. Someone needs to be courageous and pucker up or it is not gonna’ happen. And if they both start inching backwards, playing coy, expecting the other person to make the move, the likelihood of a first kiss, shrinks away even faster.
By Tim Winterstein – Amid recent high-profile defections from formerly prominent Christians, one would think films would have […]
By Ross Engel – In the 1997 film, Starship Troopers, which pits humanity against bug-like aliens, there are […]