Tag Archives: Stacey Tuttle

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets – Movie Discussion

Valerian is an action movie, a love story, a political commentary, a creative, science-fiction wonder… It’s a lot of things, and it’s a lot of fun with some good messages underneath it all. The action movie / political statement: Laureline … Continue reading

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Dunkirk – Movie Discussion

Dunkirk is one of those movies which, if I was to comment on all of the rich spiritual parallels I saw, I could write a small novel. It’s tempting, but I’ll spare you. I’ll get you started with a few … Continue reading

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Despicable Me 3 – Movie Discussion

    Rather than discuss the whole movie, I want to focus on a particular scene this time. Sweet little Agnes, the youngest of Gru’s girls, loves unicorns. And she wants to see a real one. A man tells her … Continue reading

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Spider-Man: Homecoming – Movie Discussion

The Spider Man franchise faithfully delivers, once again, a movie that is both fun and full of good, inspirational messages. This new Peter Parker is a bit more fun and less burdened than some of his predecessors (notably the Tobey … 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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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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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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