In the two-hour conclusion, Albert Einstein has moved to the US and is a professor at Princeton University. But the events of the world have seemed to conspire against him.
The film Cars 3 opens with a blank screen as Lightning McQueen pumps himself up for the upcoming race: “Speed. I am speed.” Sound familiar?
We return to a question posed in the first episode: will Albert and Elsa Einstein get their visas approved to the US?
This week, Steve welcomes actor Amanda Jane Smith and pastor Judith McCartney to enter into the battle with Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman. While the film has scored with both critics and fans, there seems to be something much more significant about this particular moment. Is it true that Diana’s story provides a proper role model for… [Read More]
Sin can only be hidden for so long, but it will eventually be exposed. Episode 7 makes this fact crystal clear.
Two lives are torn apart by a catastrophic event. When two airliners collide in midair killing everyone on both planes, Roman Melnyk (Arnold Schwarzenegger) loses his wife and daughter. For air-traffic controller Jacob Bonanos (Scoot McNairy) who was on duty when the crash occured, the guilt (whether deserved or not) eats away at him and… [Read More]
Englishman Stuart Hazeldine has a host of screenplays and directorial work to his resume, but it took the second coming of The Shack to get his name onto the marquees in the States. When he first read the novel, the writer/director/producer was aware of a plan to make a low-budget Christian film version of the story, but… [Read More]
Albert Einstein crying, alone, at a train station–is this rock bottom for him?
In the fifteen years I’ve spent writing about media online, only three things have earned me digital (and real-life) tongue-lashings. My proposal that Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice is better than Captain America: Civil War. My belief that The Shack explains spiritual truths in a real and powerful way. My admiration for the sometimes bespectacled Rob Bell, former pastor,… [Read More]
The Department of Justice sends an up-and-coming lawyer, Preston Terry (Selma, Race), and a seasoned investigator, Ashe Akino (Sanaa Lathan, The Best Man series, Love & Basketball), to investigate the shooting of a white college student by an African American sheriff’s deputy in a small, North Carolina town. But their investigation is a tangled web of lies and… [Read More]