21 Jun 2011
Some of us are old enough to remember the shocking nature of Barbara Eden’s showing her navel on “I Dream of Jeannie” in the ’60s and how the revealing one-piece bathing suits on “Charlie’s Angels” in the ’70s were considered scanty. Compare that with today. Friends, our society has become desensitized to immorality on-screen, and we’re passing it on to our small children and teens by allowing them even to be exposed to such vulgar content and productions via our televisions, the Internet and our movie theaters. We must embrace the wisdom of the great British orator Edmund Burke, who said, “Evil flourishes when good men do nothing.”...read more
05 Jul 2010
Since I viewed the first trailer, I’ve been saying that the Twilight series was another step in the de-Christianization of our culture…but I had no idea how bad really it was! I’m with this reviewer….I WAS TOO KIND BEFORE!
Tremendous review of the Twilight series by Jasmine Baucham.
Several people that I respected –and some that I don’t hold in especially high regard –had loved the books, and told me to take another look, and to keep going: I wasn’t being fair. Now, I had read Twilight and New Moon and viewed both of the films before I spoke … Read the rest...read more
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13 Oct 2009
In the spring of this year, I saw the riveting trailer for The 13th Day, and looked forward to its release with great anticipation. I recently viewed the movie itself. The film is good, though there are some aspects I found disappointing.
The 13th Day has many fine moments. The actress who portrays Lucia’s mother is superb, and even a bit terrifying. The movie contains the best portrayal of the Miracle of the Sun I’ve seen. It is filmed