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The Knight, Death and the Devil

By Paul Koch

Quite often the Christian life is experienced as a life where we hide our struggles.  We come to church with heavy hearts and worries; we come with unanswered questions about very real trials. 711 more words

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Hollywood Hero | Marlon Brando

“I thought it would be interesting to play a gangster, maybe for the first time in the movies, who wasn’t like those bad guys Edward G.

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The Dangers of Melting YOU with "THE CHARACTER"

One of the things that I remember hearing the most from my cast mates when I was younger it was how “the character is not you, the character is the character”. 432 more words


IMDB Can Be a Trivial Pursuit

Recently I watched Lethal Weapon 2 for the second time. After rating a movie, I like to read a critic’s review, a Roger Ebert review if available, and click on the trivia link on the IMDB sidebar.  653 more words


The Godfather (1972)

Francis Ford Coppola’s adaptation of Mario Puzo’s classic novel is first and foremost a study on justice and hypocrisy. The opening scene of the film shows Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) with his adopted son/lawyer Tom Hagen (Robert Duvall) in a conversation with a man seeking justice for wrong done to his family. 617 more words

Christian Perspective On Film

One Thing is Necessary

By Paul Koch

The more that I consider Luke 10:38-42, the more I think that this is a perfect text for the understanding of the Christian life. 1,437 more words

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9 Movies That I Did Not Care For

Have you ever been in the situation when everyone is talking about an apparently amazing classic movie and you just sit there and wonder WTF they’re talking about because you haven’t seen it and have no intention of watching them? 225 more words

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