Author Archives: StaceyTuttle

Cars 3 – Movie Discussion

**Spoiler Alert ** I always wonder who the Cars movies are really written for…adults or kids. They’re cute and animated and entertaining for kids, to be sure, but the themes…they always hit me between the eyes—and this one made me … Continue reading

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Wonder Woman – Movie Discussion

Some movies are harder for me to write about because I’m literally overwhelmed with all that I could say, all the connections I see between the story they tell and Biblical truths. Wonder Woman is such a one. There has … Continue reading

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Movie Discussion

What is it about Jack Sparrow that makes him, pathetic as he is, so loveable?! He’s a pirate, a drunk, a womanizer. He’s lazy and lacks character. And yet, for all his shortcomings, he surprises you. His men love him, … Continue reading

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Everything, Everything – Movie Discussion

In so many ways, Everything, Everything is the same story as The Space Between Us, but with the roles reversed. You have a girl who has basically never entered the world for health reasons. She falls in love online (texting, … Continue reading

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If You Build It

I read today that on the Cuban Island de Pinos there is a prison “so dark and remote that most of the world never even knew it existed. The huge circular cellblocks were built during the 1930s under Batista’s regime. … Continue reading

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The Promise – Movie Discussion

I am loathe to see a movie that is centered around an affair, and The Promise certainly is. On the other hand, I decided to see this one because it is also about the genocide of Armenians (who were generally … Continue reading

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The Case for Christ – Movie Discussion

Many believers will have heard the story of Lee Strobel’s journey to Christianity—how he set out to disprove God, angry that his wife had become a Christian; how he became a Christian after a two-year long journey researching the evidence … Continue reading

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Fighting Fires

Two Helicopters fighting a fire in Wyoming, 2016. Photo ©Stacey Tuttle I was worn out. Exhausted. Empty. And I knew it. I had a list a mile long of “urgent” and “important” things to do, but a friend had called, … Continue reading

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Gifted – Movie Discussion

Gifted is a rich gem of a movie with so many interesting angles I hardly know where to start. Mary is a math prodigy who lives with her uncle, Frank. She never knew her father and her mother died when … Continue reading

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The Fate of the Furious – Movie Discussion

How are Dom and Dom and his crew indicative of our times???  Is it possible that the younger generations are attracted to their brand of righteousness just as much as (or probably more so) the worldly appeal of fast cars and … Continue reading

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