Nigerian-American Dr. Bennet Omalu discovers that concussions suffered during a football player’s career can lead to mental & health problems has to fight the NFL to get the truth out.
In this issue – Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Spotlight, Brooklyn, Concussion, Trumbo, In the Heart of the Sea, The 33, Joy, The Revenant, Youth, and more.
ALS stricken Steve Gleason, once a professional NFL player, creates a video for his unborn son & to spread the word about the ailment–what a trip!
To read the full reviews click onto a film title. Feel free to use any or all in a newsletter, the only requirement being that the source be acknowledged as (c) Ed McNulty, Visual Parables. Concussion PG-13. Running time: 2 hours 4 min. Proverbs 4:9-13. Proverbs 31:8-9; Isaiah 29:15 Nigerian-American Dr. Bennet Omalo discovers through …
This is as entertaining a story about perseverance and fulfilling the American Dream. (4.5 out of 5 stars) Click the image to read my entire review.
Click on a title to see the longer review on Visual Parables’ website—I especially encourage you to do this for Spotlight. I have also seen the new Star Wars film, plus the excellent films Brooklyn, Concussion, and In the Heart of the Sea, but have not had time to finish reviewing them. They will be …
An epic tale follows the misfortunes of 5 young Berliners involved in the Nazi invasion of Russia, from 1941 hopeful years through 1945’s disillusinionment.