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Reviews

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Jul 22, 2017Comments off

It’s funny how a film’s reputation can change over time, especially in the sci-fi genre. Take Bladerunner for example. When it debuted 35 years ago

Book Review: As Southern As It Gets, J. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Book Review: As Southern As It Gets, H. Jac...

Jul 22, 2017Comments off

Y’all, I am southern born and southern raised. I love my roots of sweet tea, football, and Southern literature. So, I jumped at the chance

Dunkirk

Jul 21, 2017Comments off

Tick, tick, tick, tick. 400,000 men stranded on the shore. Home is within sight, but the enemy surrounds them and is closing in. Tick, tick,

Movie Review: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming...

Jul 20, 2017Comments off

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Brings Home The Action, Thrills But the third iteration of the iconic web-slinging super hero is not your family-friendly neighborhood Spider-Man due to

The UnMiracle

Movie Review: The UnMiracle

Jul 18, 2017Comments off

I must admit the title was puzzling: The UnMiracle. The trailer briefly touched on it but I was compelled to watch the film to fully

Movie Review: Despicable Me 3

Movie Review: Despicable Me 3

Jul 17, 2017Comments off

Gru and everyone’s favorite yellow Minions are back for the third installment of the Despicable Me films. In Despicable Me 3, the villain-turned-hero is now a

Book Review: Where Did My Sweet Grandpa Go?...

Jul 13, 2017Comments off

  Lauren Flake has captured the inquisitive preschooler inside of us all. Her latest book, Where Did My Sweet Grandpa Go, is the perfect way to

Book Review: Doing Busy Better, Glynnis Whitwer

Book Review: Doing Busy Better, Glynnis Whi...

Jul 04, 2017Comments off

Glynnis Whitwer knows what busy feels like. The author, speaker, and mother of five is executive director of communications for Proverbs 31 Ministries. For years,

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