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The Most Controversial Films of All Time

With The Interview, James Franco and Seth Rogen have set off an unintentional firestorm, as hackers opposed to their film’s subject matter have exposed private communications within Sony Pictures. 48 more words

Why He Came

Over the past 2 weeks I have been reading the Advent study with She Reads Truth and am just blown away. I am being brought back to this place of worship that I can’t explain. 640 more words

Life Lessons


“One is never afraid of the unknown; one is afraid of the known coming to an end.” — Jiddu Krishnamurti


It was Kafka’s turn, and he moved a black knight to threaten one of Voltaire’s pawns–knights have the privilege, the envy of many a man, of simply jumping over some obstacles. 1,477 more words


3 Reasons Why a Christian Film Industry is a Really, Really Bad Idea

“Too little, too late.”

That’s the phrase that kept coming to mind as I started to write a blog post where I, as a Christian, was going to argue against the building of a Christian film industry. 1,954 more words

What 'Exodus' Could Learn From Noah, Lincoln and Jeffrey Katzenberg (Guest Column)

In what was supposed to be the year of the “faith-based film,” after a few moderate successes like “Son of God” and “Heaven Is For Real,” we have now seen a dozen box-office duds. 911 more words


A Pictorial History of the Movies: 2004 – The Passion of the Christ

It’s hard to argue against this one. There was actually nothing we talked about more in 2004 than The Passion of the Christ.

There are three thing that will always stick out from a year for a list like this: controversy, cash, and a controversial movie that makes cash. 346 more words


Let It Go: Media Monday

It was bound to happen…another post in the blogosphere about the iconic song from Frozen, “Let It Go.” I have succumb to the pressure and hype. 430 more words