Tag Archive: movie reviews

A Story of Friendship: Star Trek and A Wagon Train to the Stars

“The show was about friendship, community, and sacrifice. Art, drama, and theater might very well mock or forget such themes in cynical and decadent ages, but such ideals can never be utterly destroyed.”

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Star Trek & Me: Growing Up in the Final Frontier

“Each time I watched an episode or read a novel, I was transported out of my living room…and taken on an exciting adventure in space aboard the U.S.S Enterprise…”

The Princess Bride: A Modern Classic

“A tale of high adventure, ‘Twue Love,’ excellent swordplay, and some great one-liners, The Princess Bride is a multi-generation family favorite…”

30 Years Outatime: A Review of the “Back to the Future” Series

    Few films attain an iconic status that allows them to stand the test of time and remain relevant to each successive generation so that it becomes a cultural institution that transcends time… Continue reading

The Eyes of the Heart: A Movie Review of “Prince of Foxes”

Enjoy this review of classic swashbuckling adventure “Prince of Foxes”, which not only manages to tell a rousing adventure story but also convey a message about the role of beauty in conversion of life.

Faith Flicks: Sources of Inspiration or Despair?

Why are so many faith-based movies so empty? And is there any hope for those of us dying to see a quality one? Read and find out!

“Family Don’t End in Blood”: How the TV Show “Supernatural” Strengthened My Faith

Read this Catholic analysis of the series “Supernatural”, and how it has strengthened the author’s faith.

Winter of the Soul: A Spiritual Analysis of the Game of Thrones Pop Culture Phenomena

“After the last plot twist has twisted, and the last shock factor sprung, and the last act of retribution accomplished, what will people be able to look back and remember as a lasting legacy of the program?”