The First Calvary’s deployment wasn’t ‘one battle and you get to go home;’ it was ‘stay until the mission is complete, then go home.’
Ever since the Star Wars series began with what was later named A New Hope, the Force has been the main spiritual aspect of the series. It has a very mystical element.
Although extremely melodramatic, A Dog’s Purpose is a decent film and showcases companionship in a often touching way.
“Music is in us. It is in our lives. It cannot disappear. That would be like the end of life.” – Father Cesar, Serenade for Haiti Directed by the award-winning documentary filmmaker Owsley Brown (Night Waltz: The Music of Paul Bowles; Music Makes a City), Serenade for Haiti (Serenad pou Ayiti) reveals a side of… [Read More]
do you know about The Last Guardian? it’s this game that’s infamously been in development since 2007; spiritual successor to 2001’s Ico and 2005’s Shadow of the Colossus it was originally slated for release in 2011, then pushed back, moved from system to system, and re-slated in 2015 for release in 2016, October, then delayed once again… [Read More]
i’m highly optimistic about HBO’s new hit show, Westworld (if you’ve not seen it, imagine a sort-of sci-fi, cyberpunk Western, steeped in J.J. Abrams style cerebralism and cliffhangery; a deliberately paced show full of sweeping panoramic shots, shootouts, sex, robots (rinse, recombine, repeat), acting clinics put on by a superb cast (Anthony Hopkins can do… [Read More]
Like Odysseus, Dory is on a journey to get home. The difference is that Odysseus knew where he was going. Dory is just following a longing for the family she remembers she once had.
Miracles offer hope to a world that increasingly needs to know possibility can become reality.
Since having a child, it has become a rare occasion for my wife and I go to the movies together. On Easter weekend, however, the opportunity for a date night at the movies presented itself. So, Saturday night we went to see Batman v Superman. In the Christian calendar, it was Holy Saturday, the day… [Read More]
In this episode, Steve Norton and Jacob Sahms discuss the future of hope and Mad Max in Disney’s Tomorrowland.