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Wanda Vision and Irresistible Force

Wanda Vision and Irresistible Force

One of our family’s new COVID pastimes has been watching “WandaVision” on Disney+ every Friday night. For the first time, our kids get to experience what it’s like to wait an entire week for the next episode. Our 12-year-old even has a name for it – “Family Fun Night,” which consists of driving to pick up food, then turning around to drive back home and eat it. The highlight is then sitting on the couch to watch the continuing saga of Wanda and Vision living out decades of popular sitcoms in the sleepy town...

REVIEW: Wonder Women 1984 [Train Wreck or Triumph]

REVIEW: Wonder Women 1984 [Train Wreck or Triumph]

“Life is good…but it could be better!”

We often hear directors say that the location of their film is a character in the story, for...

Best Movies of 2020

Best Movies of 2020

The year that was 2020 didn’t offer us much. In fact, many would say, that it did more than its fair share of taking....

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REVIEW: Soul

REVIEW: Soul

The number 42. That is the answer author Douglas Adams gives to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything. What is the...

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REVIEW: Hillbilly Elegy

REVIEW: Hillbilly Elegy

Something happened during the 2016 election. As a country, we watched as droves of voters in rural, white, working class counties that often shone...

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REVIEW: Minari

REVIEW: Minari

What are some of the earliest memories from your childhood? As a child of the 1980’s, I remember how dark every room of our...

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REVIEW: Hosea

REVIEW: Hosea

Let’s take a Bible quiz! What do you remember about the story of the prophet Hosea from the Old Testament? The loose summary may...

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REVIEW: Boys State

REVIEW: Boys State

How have you been feeling about politics lately? Fearful? Hopeful? Angry? Energetic? How many times in the last four years have you heard some...

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BOOK REVIEW: Reading While Black

BOOK REVIEW: Reading While Black

“Black people are not dark-skinned White people.”

This was a mantra used over and over again by Tom Burrell, the first Black man to work...

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REVIEW: Burden

REVIEW: Burden

“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear…,” John writes in the first of his pastoral letters. This letter, in...

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