**A MOSTLY SPOILER FREE REVIEW** I sat at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, watching the credits scroll by and waiting for the bonus scenes. I glanced at my friend and he had the same puzzled expression that I did. He asked, "What did you think?" I replied, "I'm going to have… Continue reading Did Guardians of the Galaxy 2 jump the shark?
Last night I had the opportunity to pre-screen The Resurrection of Gavin Stone. Actually, I had the opportunity last week, but due to some technical issues I didn't get to until last night. The Resurrection of Gavin Stone is Walden Media's and Vertical Church's latest offering in the ever growing faith-movie industry. It's about washed-up… Continue reading Review: The Resurrection of Gavin Stone
So, the other night, my hubby and I FINALLY watched Mom’s Night Out. I’ve been wanting to see the movie since its release, but never had the opportunity to go.
I thoroughly enjoyed the laughter found in a rare, truly family friendly comedy.
The chemistry between the cast was phenomenal.
Seriously I LAUGHED so hard…much needed after the past few weeks around here.
But, I also cried. There were several moments of silent tears as I found myself identifying greatly with the story.
I’ve been the frazzled mom…many many times. I’ve found myself putting the focus in entirely wrong places. I’ve felt the aggravation over never seeming to have a moment alone. Children who refused to just go to church and take part in children’s activities while mom had a rare moment of adult worship. I’ve been there.
I’ve tried not to crush dreams my children have by freaking…
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A few days ago, my friend and author Kat Heckenbach made this observation on Facebook: Realizing, as I watch Doctor Who Season 7, that Clara Oswald is not lacking anything. She is really awesome. BUT. There was no mourning time for the Ponds. That is why the transition didn't work. For some reason, the move… Continue reading The man who forgets…
This is a really difficult review for me to write. First let me say that I actually enjoyed the Lego Movie. My kids thoroughly enjoyed it. It's imaginative, high-energy, and exciting. I was also very impressed that the movie was created with actual Legos using stop-still animation. (UPDATE: I now know that it was computer… Continue reading The Lego Movie: One of the most anti-Christian movies ever