I am surprised how well I enjoyed Wrinkle–at least the majority of it before the mention of Camazotz.
Ava DuVernay has taken Madeleine L’Engle’s vision and created a dazzling tale of hope and love fit for today’s younger generation. We adults might find something to take from it as well—if we view the story from the eyes of a child.
Directed by Ava Duvernay and based on the book by Madeline L’Engle, A WRINKLE IN TIME has a powerful message for young girls about courage and how to make a difference. Still, for some reason, the film has yet to catch on with critics. This week, Steve welcomes Amanda Jane Smith (BRICKS WITHOUT CLAY) and… [Read More]
One of my biggest regrets is I did not read more “classic novels” when I was growing up. I was well into my adulthood before I read such books as Of Mice and Men and Watership Down. My first reading of A Wrinkle in Time was in 2009 when I was spearheading Hollywood Jesus’ LOST… [Read More]