Tag Archives: Willem Dafoe

Murder on the Orient Express – Movie Discussion

**Spoiler Alert** While the movie is, on the surface, a murder mystery, at a deeper level it’s really about the growth (or perhaps “changing perspective” is more on point) of the main character, Hercule Poirot. He is a man of … Continue reading

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The Great Wall – Movie Discussion

I wasn’t expecting much from The Great Wall so maybe that’s the reason why I enjoyed the ride well enough. It might be forgettable in the end, but I actually came away with a whole list of great ways that … Continue reading

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The Fault in our Stars – Movie Discussion

I once read an author who said that kids need to read more stories about war.  Her point was that when you are in a war, what really matters rises to the surface and all the other stuff falls away.  … Continue reading

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