Back in January, a couple of friends and I went to see the recently released movie Just Mercy. It was one of the most powerful, and gut-wrenching, movies I have ever seen.
On that day, all three of us grown men found ourselves crying in this movie theater. I’ll be even more honest. This was the most I have ever cried while watching a movie. I was weeping, just weeping—neared wailing at one point. I was trying to hold some of it back because, well, it was turning loud, and here I was in a public cinema. Continue reading
I rarely make it to the cinema these days, but this past weekend my wife and I were able to catch the new film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, mainly because it was our anniversary and the kiddos were with my parents. I’m late to the game as well, since the movie hit theaters 3 weeks ago. That’s an eternity in the cinematic world. Continue reading
Last week I watched the recently released film, Come Sunday, on Netflix. The movie is about COGIC bishop, Carlton Pearson’s, slow but sure movement toward what is identified as universal reconciliation.
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There’s a new film coming out this summer: Won’t You Be My Neighbor. The film looks at the story of Fred Rogers, a hero for kids who grew up in the 60s, 70s and 80s, and his famous show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
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While most are raving (or perhaps not) about the new Star Wars film, which I did finally see last night, I am currently raving about another film that I saw this week: Love and Mercy. It’s a film about the troubled life and musical genius of Brian Wilson, one of the founding members of the Beach Boys. Continue reading