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Stranger than Fiction: Movies through a Biblical Worldview

Sometimes it takes the voice of God to get people to live a great story. Sometimes that story takes them to unexpected and tragic places. Not knowing if life is comedy or tragedy can lead to a life of stops … Continue reading

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Green Zone

Green Zone is an ambitious political thriller, but in the end, it just doesn’t live up to the ambition. Matt Damon plays Miller, a captain of a unit sent out to find weapons of mass destruction in the early days … Continue reading

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The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford is a beautifully realized and beautifully made depiction of the events surrounding the death of the infamous Jesse James. The movie itself creeps along and because of that leisurely pace, … Continue reading

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Rear Window

Watching Rear Window fifty-six years after its original release, it is seems eerily current. Sure the acting is of a different style than it is now, but everything that happens in this wonderful movie, we are dealing with as a … Continue reading

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