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Suicide Squad (2016) Review: Cinematic Insanity

When a group of supervillains including Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Deadshot (Will Smith), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courney), and Katana (Karen Fukuhara) amongst others are forced to work together for a secret government taskforce you would be forgiven if you imagined David Ayer’s latest addition to the DC cinematic franchise… 449 more words

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weakness is, well, weak

I am enjoying the challenge of reading Andrew Murray’s book, “Abide in Christ.” Being that Murray lived from 1828-1917, one of the challenge is understanding the style in which the book was written. 686 more words

“Humility is perfect quietness of heart. It is to expect nothing, to wonder at nothing that is done to me, to feel nothing done against me.

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Praise And Worship

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TRUSTING IN THE HOLY SPIRIT

“He breathes the mind and life of Christ in me, so that I live as He did, in and for the Father’s love” Andrew Murray (

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Mirror's Edge Catalyst (2016) Review: Running in Reverse

What made the original Mirror’s Edge so enthralling when it released back in 2008 was its simplicity in both visual style and gameplay. The world was minimalistic in its design with a lot of white and blue that painted a futuristic city with popping red to highlight objects of interest that helped guide you through often challenging navigational puzzles in a game where movement and momentum were the focus. 752 more words

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The BFG (2016) Review: A Big Fizz-Whopping Disappointment

Do you remember reading the Roald Dahl classic or watching the 1989 animated adaptation in your youth and being terrified of the child devouring giants and enchanted by the magic? 283 more words

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Finding Dory (2016) Review: Unforgettably Charming

Thirteen years after Finding Nemo, the animation-wizards at Pixar have finally given us a sequel that is worth the wait as Nemo, Merlin and the lovable Dory swim back in to our hearts for one more adventure. 354 more words

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