Prince Caspian: The Disney Movie Review

  Okay, now for the movie. This will be more of a comparison of the book to the movie (or vice versa). The movie is, well…it seems the producers/writers wanted to spice it up. The book is more or less straight to the point.
The main reason I like the movie so much better than the book is because they added more adventure (while still keeping close to the main idea). And if you know me well, you must know I love books/movies with capture, escape, battles, espionage,etc.
Movie summary: Continue reading

The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis

   I’m sorry it’s taken so long to get this done. Life’s been a whirlwind of activity. I thought that with the school year starting life would slow down, but it seems to have gotten busier.
Anywho, down to business. I love The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe book and movie (mostly because it stays really close to the book).
Here’s the plot (for any who may not have have read or seen it): Four children are sent to live with Professor Digory whilst WWII is raging. While there, the children discover a Continue reading

The Princess Bride

I’ve watched this movie at least 15 times. It’s one of the most quotable movies I know of.
The book on the other hand, reminds me a tad of The Phantom of the Opera book (speaking of The Phantom of the Opera, the movies are strange but the book outdoes them all in that area). This is one instance in which the movie is actually better than the book (strangely enough).
The Plot:
A girl (Buttercup) and boy (Westley) fall in love and Westley had to go away for awhile. Continue reading

One Generation Away – Movie Review

  We watched “One Generation Away” as a family for the purpose of learning more about the state of our country’s religious liberty (even though it came out in 2015, under the reign of Barack Obama). This movie is a documentary that outlines attacks on religious liberty in the United States, past, present and foreseeable future. I found that this really is a revealing battle between the secular humanism that has been nurtured for decades in our classrooms and the now faint pulse of Biblical roots that started this country. Continue reading