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Spiritual Masturbation and Masculinity

By Paul Koch

In my experience, women fight differently than men. As a father of five, one boy and four girls, I have witnessed the clear difference in their strategy and tactics. 983 more words

Living Word

Revisiting "The Godfather"

Can you believe it’s 44 years since Francis Ford Coppola’s original Godfather film was released?

It’s a masterpiece of modern cinema and the scenes where Michael Corleone meets and marries Apollonia were all filmed in the tiny hilltop town of Savoca. 83 more words


It's "Just Business," Right?

Image: A man fastening his tie. Photo by unsplash/pixabay.

In the film The Godfather there’s a very famous line, spoken by Michael Corleone: “It’s not personal, Sonny. 496 more words

Jewish Ethics

The Godfather No More

On Saturday, while I was writing my Cutting Close to the Bone blog, an article popped up in the sidebar of the site I was on. 985 more words

Who Warned You?

By Paul Koch

It happens every year. Every year the stores seem to explode with Christmas decorations and music and greetings of “Happy Holidays.” Every year we make plans and figure out what we want to get that specials someone in our lives. 1,478 more words

Living Word

Part 5: The Camera as a Character

The camera is the bridge between a movie and its audience. If you try and think of the most monotonous movie you’ve ever seen, chances are the camera never moves. 1,131 more words


REVIEW: The Godfather (1972)

1972, Paramount Pictures

Francis Ford Coppola
Albert S. Ruddy
Mario Puzo (original novel and screenplay)
Francis Ford Coppola (screenplay) 779 more words

American Films