Led by the daughter of the designer of the Death Star, a team of Rebels infiltrate the Imperial data center to find the plans of the Death Star that reveal its built-in flaw before it is operable.
Alex Haley traces roots of his African heritage back to the days of slavery & then to Kunta Kinte, captured in Africa, sold into slavery in the Colonies, but never giving up his dream of freedom.
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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 …
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 …
This is the true story of legendary American SEAL Chris Kyle, America’s most lethal sniper, who fought demons at home as well as enemies in Iraq.
A long estrangement between The Judge & his lawyer son who fled to escape his father is brought to a climax when the father is charged with murdering a man he hated & the son returns to defend him.
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.
You’ve heard a lot about the Best Picture Oscar nominees. But, this week, I look at these films from the perspective of faith and moral values. Click the headline to read the entire column.
A young man addicted to porn discovers that even when he meets what he thinks is his ideal woman, he cannot break the habbit. Painful experience and the love of an older woman brings a measure of maturity, but is that enough?