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Indivisible

“I’m not sure there is faith without doubt.” Impressive acting and inspiring relationship challenges anchor the quality faith-based drama Indivisible directed by David G. Evans (Grace Card) in his second directorial effort. This film is based on real events encountered by … Continue reading

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Love Happens

“You don’t deserve what you put yourself through.” Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart star as a couple who find solace and love amid life tragedies in this appealing romantic drama. Set in Seattle, Aniston plays a florist named Eloise who … Continue reading

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Best and Worst in 2009 Film

2009 began with an avalanche of comedies including Paul Blart: Mall Cop, He’s Just Not That Into You, Bride Wars, and Pink Panther 2. Then things got serious as familiar star Liam Neeson took over with the action thriller Taken. A tepid winter box … Continue reading

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The Favourite

“As it turns out, I’m capable of much unpleasantness.” Based on real 18th century events, The Favourite is a well-cast production where director Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster, The Killing of a Sacred Deer) explores how far someone will go to … Continue reading

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Shari Rigby (Actress/Author) Interview Feature

Actress Shari Rigby got a passion for the entertainment craft early, but didn’t fully embark on that journey until later in her life. Her latest film, The Least of These, will play at 700 theaters nationwide at 7 p.m. on Thursday, … Continue reading

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‘The Grace Card’ Interview With Director David G. Evans (‘Indivisible’)

Director/producer David G. Evans’ latest film, Indivisible, is out on home video on Tuesday, January 29. In this feature, Evans discussed his previous film, The Grace Card with me. This inspiring drama opened in theaters in February 2011 and stars Michael Joiner and Michael Winterbottom … Continue reading

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First Knight

“May God grant us the wisdom to discover right, the will to choose it, and the strength to make it endure.” First Knight was well researched and at least makes a decent attempt to be different from similar films.  The … Continue reading

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Oscar Nominations (2018 films) and Prediction Results

Here are the Oscar nominations (complete list) for qualifying 2018 films with results of my predictions (got about 73% right for all categories). The Favourite and Roma both got 10 nominations with A Star Is Born and Vice acquiring 8 total nods with Black Panther honored with 7. … Continue reading

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Oscar Nomination Predictions (2018 films)

Oscar nominations for qualifying 2018 films will be announced Tuesday morning on January 22, 2019 and the annual Academy Award ceremony will take place on Sunday, February 24th beginning at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. Here my Oscar nomination picks. … Continue reading

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Reflections: From ‘The Net’ to Netflix’s ‘Bird Box’: Isolating Ourselves Using Technology

Sandra Bullock’s 1995 film The Net and her current post-apocalyptic thriller Bird Box represent a nice cinematic progression of the following question: Why should I go outside my home when I can find experiences that are better, cheaper, and safer by using technology? In The … Continue reading

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