Wonder Woman 1984 – A Movie Review

Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Starring: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal Directed by: Patty Jenkins Rating: PG-13 for sequences of action and violence   A Long-Awaited Sequel . . . I Think I don’t watch movies from the DC Universe.  I am an MCU fan all the way, and I have no qualms about “missing out” on the DC franchise.  […]

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The Paris Library – A Book Mini-view

The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles Published February 9, 2021      346 pages Content: * * (2.5) Scattered language of mild to moderate severity.  Lots of suggestive material regarding mistresses, sex, longing looks, fantasy, female anatomy etc.  Frequent mentions of “trysts” and other similar terms, all of which point to sex although nothing is described in those instances.  Several mentions […]

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The Word is Murder – A Book Mini-view

The Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz Published June 5, 2018     400 pages First in Hawthorne series Content:  * * * (3.2) Lots of language, particularly f–k and s–t. Some suggestive material, including brief references to / descriptions of male anatomy.  Several mentions of homosexuality.  Lead character described many times as homophobic (and this is not okay in the other lead […]

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Interstellar – A Movie Review

Interstellar (2014) Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Cain Directed by: Christopher Nolan Rating: PG-13 for intense perilous action and brief strong language   Did I Make a Mistake? Christopher Nolan knows how to wow the crowd.  While I have currently only seen two of his movies (Interstellar and Dunkirk), I already see a pattern of intricate story-telling and brilliant […]

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That’s Quotable! with Candace Owens

Blackout Candace Owens, as many of you probably know, is a young black political commentator who just recently joined the staff of the Daily Wire (can I get a hooray?!).  She has had run-ins and clashes with Cardi B. and AOC over the past few months that were highly publicized and, much to the Left’s chagrin, only served as a […]

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He Will Hold Me Fast – A Book Review

If this past year has taught me (the beginnings of) anything about a Christian’s growth towards God, it is that the process is one of the blacksmith’s forge.  Our desires for change are like sketches of what we want God to do.  But nine times out of ten, our steely hearts must feel the heat of difficulty and the sparks […]

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