Tag Archives: Review

Selma – Movie Discussion – 5 Key lessons

No citizen of this country can call themselves blameless because we are all responsible for our fellow man. – Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s said that we need to learn from the past lest we repeat it. Certainly, to learn … Continue reading

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Tak3n – Movie Discussion

In this latest installment of the Taken franchise, Lenore, Brayn’s ex-wife is killed and Bryan (Liam Neeson) is framed and on the run. As he works to find out who did it and consequently prove his innocence, he, more importantly, … Continue reading

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Jersey Boys – Movie Discussion

Jersey Boys is the fascinating true story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons; their rise to fame, their struggles, their fall, and Frankie’s re-emerging as a solo act.  It was directed by Clint Eastwood, and that’s usually a pretty … Continue reading

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Draft Day Movie Discussion

I just posted a Draft Day review here at Shepherd Project.  I’m posting it here too – partly because I’ve done a lot of links lately and thought it might be better to just read this one here… and also because I … Continue reading

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Friday Miscellany and Devotion

I have been writing a bunch of movie reviews at Shepherd Project.  Here are links to several you may have missed… Endless Love Movie Discussion / Endless Love Quotes Pompeii Movie Discussion / Pompeii Quotes Monuments Men Movie Discussion / … Continue reading

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Winter’s Tale – Movie Discussion

I’m the kind of romantic that likes to find the meaning in things. Just in its natural course, life is sufficiently hard. And if you can find the hope underneath that, that there is connectedness and some reason to it, … Continue reading

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Labor Day – Love that Binds

I just posted a review/discussion of Labor Day here, at Shepherd Project Ministries.  The entire review is there, along with questions for discussion, etc.  I should probably post the whole thing here, but I particularly wanted to highlight this one … Continue reading

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty – Review/Discussion

To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, draw closer, to find each other, and to feel. That is the purpose of life. -LIFE magazine motto It’s a different kind of movie, and the responses … Continue reading

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – Movie Discussion

These movie discussions are intended to help you connect your Christian faith to the modern world by: 1.  Helping you learn to see echoes of redemptive truth all around you. 2. Challenging you to help other Christians see that their relationship with Jesus cannot be … Continue reading

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The Book Thief – Movie Discussion

Papa:  I’m not sure what it all meant.  Everything he went through.  Everything we did. Liesel:  We were just being people.  That’s what people do. It’s rare that I look forward to anything about the Holocaust.  How can you “enjoy” … Continue reading

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