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Discussing Emotions Inside Out

Some of the best discussions I’ve ever had with groups have happened because of a movie. Beginning way back when Disney released “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and I took the youth group, to a moving community and church discussion of “The Passion of the Christ,” right up to the current Pixar/Disney movie “Inside Out,” a good movie has sparked all kinds of theologizing for me. 244 more words


TV/Movie Discussion - Genre Praise: Spy Thrillers

I have always been a huge fan of the spy genre. The missions are seemingly impossible, the agents are lethal and the gadgets are dangerously cool. 122 more words


The Biggest Problem With Jared Leto's Joker

If you show even a remote interest in browsing the internet, chances are you’ve seen this picture.

You may have had to dig a little deeper for the spy… 559 more words


Spoiler Room Podcast - Look at the 25th Anniversary of "I Come in Peace" and "Class of 1999"

Here is the fourth episode in the Spoiler Room’s “25th Anniversary” series hosted by Mark “The Movieman”.  I had the great honor again of participating on the wonderful discussion panel of this fun podcast. 62 more words

Science Fiction

My thoughts on The Avengers

This is by far the best Marvel movie as well as one of the greatest superhero movies to date! Joss Whedon did a brilliant job introducing us to Earth’s mightiest heroes in just 120 minutes with a compelling and very entertaining story from start to finish. 245 more words


Charlie Bartlett & the Issue of Selling Prescription Drugs

The movie Charlie Bartlett follows a troubled teenager who is looking to become popular in his new school. At first, he is picked on because he dresses like he is a teacher and he clearly comes from a rich family. 455 more words

Drug Culture

"Avengers: Age of Ultron": It’s a bridge and it has people on it

Two-days late, but NON-SPOILER review/op for Avengers: Age of Ultron ahead:

Should you watch it: If you’ve watched The Avengers and other Marvel movies and you’re cool with slow burns, yes; if you’re new to the franchise and you like character building, yes. 1,017 more words